Upcoming Colmar Brunton seminar: “Unearthing the China market and its consumer”
Colmar Brunton is inviting food industry professionals to attend their upcoming Melbourne Smart Series seminar “Unearthing the China market and its consumers”.
This special seminar will be presented by Barry Tse, founder of WisdomAsia,a provider of market research on Asian consumers.
Barry is Colmar Brunton’s research partner in Asia and was the former head of Qual at Synovaye China.
Barry will be sharing insights on the Chinese market, touching on market trends and the appetite for Australian products.
He’ll take attendees on a journey around China to provide an understanding of the unique set of consumers living within the country.
The presentation will also include a Q&A session with Barry so any burning questions about conducting consumer research on Asian consumers can be answered.
Food industry professionals interested in attending this one-off presentation will need to RSVP to Sara Mawhinney through email – firstname.lastname@example.org
More details on the seminar can be found below:
Date: Tuesday 13th March 2018
Venue: Your Source Research Facility, Chadstone
RSVP: 7th March 2018
Reply to: Sara Mawhinney
Mobile: 0488 151 120
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