Ellis and Reid Join Australia And New Zealand On The Australasian Investment Highway
The continued growth of the second largest economy in the world will help create opportunities for China’s two favorite places to invest. The continual outpouring of capital fueled by the passion for New Zealand property has led to a surging boom in the housing industry and the construction industry, with even larger investment's in the Australian market ranging right across the board from technology to farming. China will also utilise Australia's engineers to help them capitalise on the productivity and efficiency issues it has run up against lately.
The Australian medical industry has seen a boost with plans in place to allow the quality of Australia's medical facilities, arguably among the best in the world to be reproduced in China.
The real innovation is they will be Australian owned though heavily financed by Chinese capital, Australian staffed, ensuring the same top quality service as many Australians enjoy today.
This is the new business model China is adopting to services the country will need to see it steer itself into it's next phase of development.
It is important to realise that this is not a brain drain, or a one sided siphon of the best talent and resources. This is a highway, with capital flowing in and out with many products being actively sought by a significant number of Chinese buyers.
With the recent free trade agreements the gates are now open, and when the worlds second largest economy comes knocking on your door with an open cheque book that has to be good news for anyone's bottom line.
One of the reasons for Ellis & Reids continuing expansion into these regions is the amount of investment capital coming in from China, with orders for financial products and services actively being sought. Having had a proven track record of being correctly positioned early, Ellis & Reid is very excited to be expanding into Asia mid 2016, hoping to gain access to what will be one of the most important economic regions of the world.
Jack Ma, owner of Alibaba, who recently announced plans to open a business embassy in New Zealand believes the capital flow will run in both directions. He is establishing and consolidating sales to the Chinese markets from New Zealand and Australia for producers, builders and farmers as the Chinese investors want the quality of life that they now associate with Australia and New Zealand.
With growth coming out of China and the capital pouring into successful economies in countries like Australia and New Zealand, it is an absolute necessity that Ellis and Reid is significantly represented in these regions.
It continues to be a top priority for the Dublin based investment firm to expand their client base across Australia and New Zealand as they increase brand awareness and continue building on their solid reputation within the Asia Pacific region.
Ellis And Reid are a Dublin based investment company founded by Samantha Ellis And Simon Reid in 2009
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