If you are interested in sponsoring ACYA please refer to the ACYA National Sponsorship Prospectus 2016.
Please contact Ryan Cunningham, Business Development Director for more details regarding sponsorship.
The Australia-China Council (ACC)
The Australia-China Council (ACC) was established by the Australian Government in 1978 to promote mutual understanding and foster people-to-people relations between Australia and China. The Council makes recommendations to the Australian Government through the Minister for Foreign Affairs on strengthening the Australia-China relationship and furthering Australia’s foreign policy and economic diplomacy interests. The ACC Secretariat is a part of the North Asia Division within the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. The Council’s core activities are:
1.Providing policy advice to the government, and promoting bilateral relations among its network of stakeholders in the strategic priority areas of Economic Diplomacy, Education, Arts and Culture.
2.Supporting and funding sustainable, long-term and high-impact projects that directly contribute to the strengthening of Australia-China relations and which support the Government’s foreign and trade policy objectives
3.Supporting a network of 30 Australian Studies Centres located in leading Chinese metropolitan and regional universities through the Australian Studies in China program and the new Foundation for Australian Studies in China – a unique partnership between government, corporate and university sectors to advance Australian studies and education in China.
Established in 2006, CRCC Asia specializes in connecting China and the global community through Internships, Study Abroad Programs and Consulting services. As a leading provider of internships, CRCC Asia works with over 400 companies in Beijing, Sanya, Shanghai and Shenzhen to provide students and graduates the opportunity to further their personal and professional development in a dynamic international setting.
The China Studies Centre
The China Studies Centre is a major centre for Chinese culture and knowledge. The organisation’s principal goal is to provide the University of Sydney with coordination and direction to the study of China and interaction with it. The study of China is crucial for the development of tertiary education in Australia. Apart from the obvious and direct impact of China’s economic growth on life in Australia, one in eight of Sydney’s residents is Chinese.
Foundation for Australian Studies in China
FASIC is an independent non-profit foundation in Australia established to support Australian Studies Centres located across China, and to provide funding and other support to the BHP Billiton Chair of Australian Studies located at Peking University in Beijing, People’s Republic of China.
China Policy serves clients with long-term broad-picture interest in the China market and the policy landscape. China Policy’s strategic advisory services are based on close, systematic tracking of the policy discussion in Chinese across core economic and social sectors. Mapping and analysing this discussion, China Policy clarifies the frames of reference shaping policy decisions.
Asialink is Australia’s leading centre for the promotion of public understanding of the countries of Asia and of Australia’s role in the region. Asialink are a key provider of information, training and professional networks. Asialink excels in “soft diplomacy” – delivering high-level forums, international collaborations, leadership training, education, community health and cultural programs in Australia and Asia.
The Australian Trade Commission, or Austrade, is the Australian Government’s trade, investment and education promotion agency. It is a statutory agency within the Foreign Affairs and Trade portfolio, with offices in overseas embassies and consulates, and representative arrangements in some other locations
ACBC is a membership-based organisation, with Branches in New South Wales, Northern Territory, Queensland, South Australia, Western Australia and Victoria providing business-focused information and events for members in all industries.
With China’s continuing strong economic growth, there are many significant opportunities for Australian and Chinese business to create lasting and highly valuable commercial partnerships.