Australia China Entrepreneurs Club

Forge friendly relationships with other business entrepreneurs.

Australia China Entrepreneurs Club 10 Year Anniversary Celebration (12/10/2017)

A private setting for the exchange of ideas.

Based in Sydney, ACEC (Australia China Entrepreneurs Club), formally named as “ABC Business Club” which founded on 12/10/2007, is a high-end business club that has strong influence on famous Australian and Chinese entrepreneurs.

As a NGO (non-government organisation), ACEC aims at establishing a premium business platform for Australian and Chinese business leaders.

The club's members are recognised for their incredible ambition or success in business or politics. Members instantly become a part of a tight-knit community of proven entrepreneurs all of whom are willing to assist in each other's ambitions.

Members Passion, personality and success matter.

A.C.E.C. is a membership-based organisation. Members are typically influential and successful entrepreneurs and investors with business interests across Australia and China. 

Membership is limited to those that meet strict criteria. To qualify as a member, you must have above AUD10 million of net assets, be of outstanding character, be the founder or owner of a successful business with a connection to China or be a prominent member of the Australian political landscape.

Australia China Business Council Chinese New Year Gathering (10/02/2015)
Australia China Entrepreneurs Club 10 Year Anniversary Celebration (12/10/2017)
Our events Never a dull moment.

A.C.E.C. organises regular and exciting events for its members. The events provide the setting for its members to network and discuss ideas and business  opportunities in a relaxed environment. 

Events have included wine-tasting events at Australia's best vineyards, cruises on Sydney Harbour, dinners in the private rooms of Australia's most exclusive restaurants as well as business delegations to China under invitation from the Chinese government. The private banking divisions of Credit Suisse, Macquarie Bank and Westpac have hosted some of the club’s meetings.