Celebrating the Women of Freedom Road Travel Group

  Freedom Road Travel Group is proud to have 70% of senior positions held by females and is excited to announce the appointment of Kiki Cheng as General Manager for one of the group brands, Freedom Road Destinations. Kiki has been working for FRD since May 2017 and was recently appointed General Manager in February Read more about Celebrating the Women of Freedom Road Travel Group[…]

Freedom Road Destinations Launches in Australia

The number of Australians travelling to China has grown by 84% over the past 10 years, according to an Austrade survey, and indications are that this trend is due to continue. Travel organisations need to pace with this growth, in essence, they need to be “China Ready”. Recognising this need within the industry, Freedom Road Destinations Read more about Freedom Road Destinations Launches in Australia[…]

Australia Week in China 2016

BY CHLOE MARTINELLI ON MAY 2, 2016 Australia Week in China marked its second anniversary in early April this year with a huge event that stretched across multiple cities throughout China. This event was designed to highlight commercial opportunities between the two nations under the China Australia Free Trade Agreement. Australia Week in China saw Read more about Australia Week in China 2016[…]

Chafta takes fear out of doing business with China

ChAFTA takes fear out of doing business with China All the talk of job losses in Australia to Chinese workers is a huge distraction from what ChAFTA is really about. In fact, the jobs’ scare campaign seems to be missing the point. While freer Chinese investment into Australia is undoubtedly a good thing and the Read more about Chafta takes fear out of doing business with China[…]

Australians doing business in China: Five questions

By Sajithra Nithi and Clara Tran Trade Minister Steve Ciobo is this week leading the country’s largest ever trade mission to China. The aim of Australia Week in China is to highlight commercial opportunities in various business sectors, ranging from agribusiness and finance to education and food. We asked four Australian executives running a business Read more about Australians doing business in China: Five questions[…]