Business and Skilled Migration Queensland has spent a week in Taiwan and Hong Kong from 03 – 10 November 2019 promoting Queensland as a premier migration and investment destination.
On the first day of the tour, in Taipei, BSMQ Senior Project Officer Cynthia Chen presented at a Business Migration and Investment Seminar hosted by Tai E International Investment Consulting Inc. to 30 prospective business migrants who expressed great interest in Queensland business and investment opportunities.
She then met with Domini International (a veteran migration firm) representatives and their clients over dinner, and the group discussed the similarities between Queensland and Taiwan, and Queensland’s existing and emerging key industries.
Following this, BSMQ, in conjunction with Trade Commissioner Patrick Hafenstein and Sabrina Li – hosted a very successful workshop for Taiwanese based migration agents.
The roadshow continued across Taichung and Kaohsiung and Ms Chen collaborated with migration agents such as AMEC and Domini International to personally meet with clients interested in migrating to and investing in Queensland.
The tour finished in Hong Kong and seminars were held with the Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce (HKGCC), & No Borders Group. Further business migration and investment seminars were also held with Hong Kong Trade Commissioner Julie Herries and key partners – all of which were widely attended.
BSMQ has seen a significant increase in interest in business visas from Hong Kong since the opening of the business program on 22 July 2019 and expects this trend to continue.
READ MORE about the roadshow here: https://www.tiq.qld.gov.au/queensland-immigration-a-drawcard-in-hong-kong/
READ MORE about BSMQ’s business program HERE: https://migration.qld.gov.au/business-visa-options/