Rural Press Club Breakfast Event
Wednesday 23rd September
The RURAL PRESS CLUB (RPC) aims to strengthen the links between rural media, public relations, agriculture, business and government groups in Queensland. It was founded by a group of agricultural journalists over 40 years ago who wanted to promote the development of pastoral and agricultural resources in Australia and to spread knowledge of new farm developments, ideas and techniques to the Australian community. The Rural Press Club will be holding a breakfast event as part of the Conference, and have recently secured Executive Director of China Agri-business Limited, Alfred Chung, as guest speaker.Executive Director and Co-Founder, China Agribusiness Limited (CA) and Strategy Advisor, Australia Agribusiness Technology Lt (AAT)
Executive Director and Co-Founder, China Agribusiness Limited (CA) and Strategy Advisor, Australia Agribusiness Technology Lt (AAT)
Alfred has had an extensive career spanning decades across the Asia Pacific region in industries such as telecommunications and agriculture. In his executive role at Telstra, Alfred led many strategic initiatives across the region. In recent years, his expertise has been directed at agriculture and facilitating the practical collaboration between both China and Australia. He has led business development, contract negotiations and trade delegations with many Chinese Provinces, including Shandong, Hebei, Inner Mongolia, Xinjiang, Heilongjiang, Qinghai and Gansu. Alfred has developed strategic plans to improve the meat sheep industry across various initiatives including operation systems, genetics and production. Since early 2013, his focus has grown to include the beef industry by developing joint ventures and holistic technical and management training in China’s key beef and dairy provinces.