Why do you need to know how to sell to Chinese tourists when Australia's international borders are closed?
You don’t speak Chinese (and they don’t speak English!)
You don’t have much money to spend (in fact, you’re a small business and your budget is tiny)
You don’t have a clue where to start
Yes, selling to Chinese consumers is not easy. You will need to overcome the huge obstacles of language and culture.
But this course offers a one-stop solution. Tailor-made for businesses in the Northern Territory it’s packed with practical tools and tips you can implement yourself without breaking the bank - or needing to learn to speak Chinese.
- How to use business translation to make you money - you’ll even create your own Chinese business name
- How to build a Chinese language website or webpage for high visibility in the China market, so tourists will want to buy from you before they've even stepped off the plane
- How to set up your very own Chinese social media account as a one-stop selling machine
- How to accept payments in Chinese currency, so more Chinese tourists buy from you
If you’re thinking that your business is too small or doesn’t have anything to do with the Chinese consumer market. Well, think again.
While our Chinese visitors will be keen to come here to try our food, see our tourist destinations and enjoy the Territory’s way of life, they’re going to need much more than that.
Like all tourists they will have to access to a range of services from car hire, to medical care. And as they come to know the Northern Territory, this will create opportunities for education, migration, investment and trade.
Everyone stands to win providing you understand how to make what you have to offer attractive to your Chinese customers.
Don’t get left behind.
If you want to cash-in on the post-virus Chinese tourist boom. This is where you can learn how.
Christine Hawkins - Host
A writer, presenter and communications expert, Christine specialises in turning complex subjects into clean, compelling content that’s easy to understand.
An on-camera TV journalist at Channel 9 for almost 15 years (including a foreign correspondent posting) she cuts straight to the heart of every subject making sure you learn everything you need to know.
Christine is also a small business owner and understands the pressures, risks and time constraints of taking your business Chinese.
Lisa Goodhand - Presenter
Fluent in Chinese, Lisa speaks and writes regularly about doing business with China.
Since founding China Blueprint more than 10 years ago she has helped countless Australian businesses in the food, tourism and lifestyle industries grow their profits through selling to Chinese consumers.
She has a proven ability to identify opportunities and offer business practical solutions to negotiating the complexities of the China market.