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SYD­NEY is this week play­ing host to the Amway China Leadership Sem­i­nar - one of the largest Asian busi­ness events to visit the city in re­cent years.

It is the third time Amway China has cho­sen Syd­ney as the host city for its sem­i­nar pro­gram, hav­ing formerly held its 2005 and 2011 event in the NSW cap­i­tal.

More than 8,000 del­e­gates are in at­ten­dance, with this lat­est visit mark­ing al­most 30,000 Amway China del­e­gates to the state over the past 12 years.

“They will have vis­ited Syd­ney three times, which is more than any other city in the world in­clud­ing Paris, New York, Mu­nich and Hawaii,” said NSW Min­is­ter for Trade, Tourism and Ma­jor Events Stu­art Ayres.

BESyd­ney chief ex­ec­u­tive of­fi­cer Lyn Lewis-Smith said Amway China’s re­turn to Syd­ney “is tes­ta­ment to the suc­cess of pre­vi­ous events and the city and state’s strong and unique des­ti­na­tion of­fer­ing”.

“We are ex­tremely hon­oured to have the op­por­tu­nity to con­tinue to work with them to bring events to Syd­ney that de­liver such ex­cep­tional busi­ness re­sults and ex­pe­ri­ences for Syd­ney,” said Lewis-Smith.

The leadership team will em­bark on an ar­ray of bucket-list ex­pe­ri­ences in­clud­ing scuba div­ing, dol­phin watch­ing, BridgeClimb, shop­ping, fine din­ing and an ex­cur­sion to Port Stephens.

BESyd­ney part­ners in­volved in the mam­moth event in­clude Luna Park, ShangriLa, Aus­tralian Na­tional Mar­itime Mu­seum, Sher­a­ton on the Park, Featherdale Wildlife Park and many more.

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