Envirolab Services Supports Australia Week in China 2014


Envirolab Services’ General Manager, David Springer last week visited China to support one of Australia’s largest trade missions under Austrade. 

The Australia Week in China mission, held from 8-11 April included visits to the cities of Shanghai, Beijing and Guangzhou. Attendees included many business leaders and government officials from a variety of industries and sectors. The final day of the event included a gala lunch attended by 1600 people and hosted by the Prime Minister, Tony Abbott.  

With Envirolab Services being one of the largest Australian owned and privately operating environment laboratories in Australia, David said his participation in the mission reflected Envirolab Services’ long-standing support for the capabilities and continued growth of Australian businesses. 

“This week was a fantastic opportunity to be part of the largest trade mission Australia has ever been part of and I am proud to have attended in support of all Australian businesses.”


About Australia Week in China:
Australia Week in China is a government initiative aimed to promote Australia as a trade, investment, education and tourism destination. The tailored programs and sector-specific networking events were part of raising understanding and strengthening relations between Australian and Chinese businesses.

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