NSW Business and Investor Migration Roadshow 2017
10 Mar 2017
The NSW Department of Industry is leading roadshows to China, Malaysia, Vietnam and Hong Kong in 2017 to promote the business and investor migration opportunities and lifestyle benefits offered by NSW.
Recent improvements to the NSW migration program, including faster processing times, make it even easier for migrants to set up a business or invest and migrate to NSW.
The roadshows will showcase the NSW Migration program, promote the many benefits of living in NSW, and establish and strengthen relationships with key migration agents, fund managers, financial organisations and other local migration stakeholders.
Invitation to participate
Calls for expressions of interest
The roadshows follow the success of roadshow events in May 2016 and aim to:
- increase awareness of the state’s welcoming business environment by showcasing Sydney and NSW to Chinese key migration industry stakeholders and business, entrepreneur and investor migrants, and
- present on the NSW business and investor migration program, including our straightforward process for nominating potential migrants.
The roadshows will offer the migration industry and other influencers the opportunity to collaborate with the NSW Department of Industry by:
- NSW-hosted events (Malaysia, Vietnam and Hong Kong only), where you can attend as a participant and hear about the NSW business and investor migration program including our faster processing times and recent improvements, and/or
- industry-hosted meetings or events (all cities), where you can organise and host your event with a departmental representative.
Migration agents and interested stakeholders are invited to submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) to either attend a NSW-hosted event or organise an industry-hosted meeting or event with a departmental representative.
Dates and format of the roadshow are in the table below.
|Date||Country||Format||How to participate|
|10–17 March 2017||China|
|2–4 May 2017||Malaysia|
|9–17 June 2017||Vietnam and Hong Kong|
Ways to participate
There are two ways to participate in the roadshow: either by attending a NSW-hosted event or organising your own meeting or event with a departmental representative.
- As a participant, you will cover your own costs for travel, accommodation and all other business costs
- This event is open to industry to attend
- Proposed location and dates for the NSW-hosted events are for:
- Kuala Lumpur, Wednesday 3 May 2017
- Ho Chi Minh City, Friday 9 June 2017
- Hanoi, Tuesday 13 June 2017
- Hong Kong, Thursday 15 June 2017
Industry-hosted meetings or event
- All meetings and/or events will be self-funded by the organiser. Funding is not available from the NSW Department of Industry
- Venue and timing is recommended by the organiser and subject to NSW Department of Industry agreement
- The department will formally notify you if we agree to attend your proposed meeting or event
- Selection criteria for hosting a meeting or event are available below
Selection criteria for industry-hosted meetings or events
There are three selection criteria:
- Business track record: EOIs from organisations with a strong record of business and investor migration will be considered. EOIs from a consortium of industry representatives will also be accepted. Your EOI should include detail on the type of event or meeting, proposed location, the attendees and the role of the departmental representative.
- Demonstrated benefit for the NSW migration program: EOIs should clearly identify how the proposed meetings and /or events will deliver business outcomes for the NSW Department of Industry business and investor migration program.
- Licencing/permits: You must have the appropriate local licence/permit to conduct any meetings or events.
By submitting an EOI, you agree to the terms and conditions of participating.
The table below shows all key dates.
|EOIs for China due||Closed|
|Responses on EOIs for China||Finalised|
|EOIs for Malaysia, Vietnam and Hong Kong due||Closed|
|Responses on EOIs for Malaysia, Vietnam and Hong Kong||Friday 24 March 2017|
Further details are available through our newsletter.
For further information on the NSW business migration program: