Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary was recently awarded excellence in bilateral trade with Hong Kong by the Hong Kong-Australia Business Association Limited (HKABA) Queensland Chapter.
These awards recognise significant business development and trade achievements between Queensland, Hong Kong SAR and China.
The Hong Kong-Australia Business Association Limited (HKABA), initiated by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council, was established in 1987 aiming to promote a positive image for Hong Kong and to reinforce economic ties between Hong Kong SAR/China and Australia.
Scott Kirk, General Manager for Global Sales at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary attended the evening with Barbara Wang, Sales Manager for Greater China and South East Asia.
“Hong Kong and China are important inbound tourism markets for National Trust Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary that we invest heavily in, so to be recognised by the HKABA Qld for business excellence is a proud achievement for our team” says Mr Kirk.