Homart participated in the Hep B Mandarin Communications Campaign Launch Event as the representative of Chinese enterprises. Stuart Loveday, the President Executive Officer of Hepatitis NSW, Lu Ping, the Counsellor of Consulate-General of China in Sydney, Chinese councillor Nancy Liu, Paul Han and Christina Wu, and Homart CEO Lynn Yeh attended this event to launch this 10-month charity campaign. Lynn Yeh made a speech as the representative of enterprises which are dedicated to public benefit.
This event was held by Hepatitis NSW and Australian New Express Media Group. It aims to increase hep B awareness in Chinese community. Hepatitis B is caused by Hepatitis B virus. If Hepatitis B patients fail to test regularly, it will easily lead to liver damage, liver cirrhosis or liver cancer. However, Hepatitis B patients who are regularly tested may also be healthy and have a long life.
Homart was invited to attend Pink Elite opening ceremony. Gail Giles-Gidney, Mayor of City of Willoughby, Lynn Yeh, CEO of Homart Group, Dr Susan Lee from Charles Sturt University Study Centre, attended this event and made speeches on the topic of “how women leadership makes a difference and the impact on others”. Nearly 80 entrepreneurs and successful women from all walks of life in Sydney participated in this event. As the diamond sponsor, Homart supports Pink Elite and encourages women improvement.
Pink Elite is a not-for-profit, non-political, non-religious and multicultural leadership group for business women. The mission of Pink Elite is to educate, support and motivate women to be inspired to achieve great things, face challenges with strength and wisdom and make a difference to the lives of others.
2017 China International Small and Medium Enterprises Fair (CISMEF) was held in Guangzhou China. Well-known Australian manufacturers, represented by Homart, appeared under the leadership of Australian Made (triangle kangaroo logo) and brought high-quality Australian brands to this event. A leadership summit was held during the fair too. Australian Consulate-General Guangzhou Deputy Consul General Paul J. Sanda, Australian Made Campaign CEO Ian Harrison and Homart CEO Lynn Yeh were invited as VIP guests to attend this event and made wonderful speeches.
One of the highlights of this fair is the leadership summit—Australian forum, which was held by Australian Made and Guangdong Cross-Border E-commerce Industry Association. Lynn Yeh was invited to give a detailed introduction to the development of the health industry in Australia and China at this forum as a representative of Australian manufacturers. She said that “Australian health products have great prospects in China and the demand is very high, but now they are also facing the challenges of China’s import laws and regulations, market preference for hot products and lack of productivity after hot sale.”
Homart Group warmly welcomed the visiting group of China Chamber of Commerce for Import & Export of Medicines & Health Products (CCCMHPIE). The visiting group was led by Zhang Zhongpeng, deputy director of National Technical Service Centre for Trade of Healthcare Products of Ministry of commerce of PRC. The delegation members include top managers of famous pharmaceutical and health-care companies, like the Hubei Phoenix Baiyun Shan Pharmaceutical, Zhejiang Sanhe Bio-Tech and Zhejiang Jiangbei Pharmaceutical. Homart CEO Lynn Yeh offered the warmest welcome to the visiting group and discussed with group members about the past, present and future of the healthcare industry in China and Australia.
CCCMHPIE is the leading and most influential national trade association in China with a mission to promote international trade and coordination in the healthcare sector. Affiliated to the Ministry of Commerce of China, CCCMHPIE has a diverse membership of more than 1600 members including most of the major health products, R&D facilities, biopharmaceutical, nutraceuticals, and functional cosmetics to traditional Chinese medicines, such as Dongeejiao, Shineway, Zhangzhou slice seed Huang and Tasly Pharmaceutical.
Homart Group was recently asked to participate in a special interview by Shanghai Business Review (SBR). Established since 1992, Homart Group has developed rapidly and its top quality Australian health supplements, skincare and dairy products are not only popular in Australia but are also exported world-wide to places such as Asia, Europe, North America and Middle East.
SBR is widely recognized as China’s leading independent, English business magazine. Founded in 2004, Shanghai Business Review’s coverage primarily focuses on the key issues relevant to senior management of international companies operating in and around Shanghai and across China. SBR has interviewed Chris Patten- the last governor of Hong Kong, Robert Mccooey-the senior vice president of new listings and capital markets at NASDAQ, and Allan Zeman – the Chairman of Lan Kwai Fong Group. Each month SBR is read by more than 50,000 leading business professionals working in over 20,000 companies across China. More than 50% of the magazine’s readers are management executives, managing directors and chief representatives.