Australia’s largest-ever trade delegation has landed in China, with 1000 business leaders largely representing the startup and small to medium enterprise spaces making the trip for Austrade’s Australia Week in China (AWIC).
San Francisco startup Particle develops those very products using sensors and actuators to that connect any device to the internet. The startup makes tools and web developer kits enabling people to build their own physical prototypes and connect their own hardware to the internet.
The government of the Chinese city of Shenzhen is currently seeking contestants within Sydney, Australia to take part in a new regional contest which launched this month.
The University of New South Wales is inviting students, entrepreneurs, and academics interested in doing business in China to attend its Startup China event, to be held on December 10.
Last week, 25 startup entrepreneurs represented Australia at the annual Conference for the International Exchange of Professionals, a technology and talent conference in Shenzhen, China. The conference is the only international event in China that caters specifically to foreign experts in technology and innovation.