Multicultural Affairs Adviser to Premier of Victoria


Day 1 – 13 Nov 2017

SESSION THREE: Entrepreneurship and the Global Chinese Diaspora – Enhancing Connectivity, Strengthening Business Relationship | 4.45 pm - 6.15 pm

Mr. Marty Mei is the Senior Adviser to the Victorian Premier, Daniel Andrews MP. He is also an Executive Member of the Chinese Community Council of Australia, the peak community organisation representing Australia’s Chinese community.

Mr. Mei has worked in China and Australia for over 15 years with extensive experience in both public and private sectors. Mr. Mei has extensive private sector experience in China and played a key role in the development of Victoria’s New China Strategy, a whole-of-government China engagement policy released in 2016. He worked on Victoria’s bid for Australia Japan Business Co-operations Committee’s 54th annual conference which was held in Melbourne in October 2016. Mr. Mei also facilitated Victoria’s bid for Boao Forum for Asia Melbourne Conference, contributed to Victoria’s bid for Asia Society Asia 21 Summit Melbourne, and initiated Melbourne’s bid to be the partner city for Hong Kong Business of Design Week 2018. Furthermore he took part in the establishment of Victoria-Sichuan Sister-State relationship, the fourth agreement reached by Victoria worldwide, and the first since 1994. He was also involved in the creation of Jiangsu-Victoria Innovation Centre, the first joint technology transformation cooperation platform in the history of China and Australia.

Mr. Mei graduated from RMIT University with a Master of Social Science.