What makes Red Door different?

With a unique understanding of both the Chinese and Western markets Red Door is Australasia’s top consultancy developing strategic communications strategies for Chinese events, private companies and state-owned enterprises.

Red Door has promoted clients across every major media outlet in Australia and New Zealand and been responsible for some of the most widely promoted Chinese business, cultural and trade events staged in Australia.

Our Key People

Marcus Reubenstein
A graduate in politics and economics from the University of New South Wales, for more than two decades Marcus Reubenstein has been involved in international and Asian affairs. Having been a speech writer and media adviser to a senior Australian federal politician, in 1993 he was selected by the US State Department to be the Australian representative at its Washington-based global Young Political Leaders Program.

He has written extensively on Asian business; and, as a television correspondent, covered international politics and economics. He is a published author, who has written and directed several documentary films. An accomplished photographer, his images have been published across numerous online and print titles.

Among his clients he has consulted to major Australian and multinational companies in banking and finance, global logistics, information technology, property development, beverages and sports marketing. Aside from private Chinese companies, Marcus has worked for Chinese SEOs promoting and organizing cultural exchanges between Australia and several Chinese provinces including Guangdong, Jiangsu and Yunnan, he has also worked in trade promotion for Canton Trade Fair and cities of Huizhou and Xiamen, worked in Chinese aviation and tourism promotion as well as the Nanjing Youth Olympic Games.


Theresa Leung
Guangzhou-based Theresa Leung has more than ten years of international business experience. Having commenced her career as a business guide and translator, she quickly developed skills in product sourcing and export; her work in trade facilitation and promotion has taken her to Australia, New Zealand, Europe, United States, the Middle East and across Asia.

Projects she has worked on, and companies she has represented, come from more than a dozen countries, including: United States of America, Australia, New Zealand, South Korea, Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, India, United Arab Emirates, Israel, Greece, Netherlands, Russia, Ukraine, Algeria and South Africa.

Theresa has worked directly with numerous companies visiting, the world’s biggest trade fair, the Canton Trade Fair. Her industry expertise covers food, apparel, homewares, building products and construction materials. A graduate of the Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, Theresa is fluent in English, Mandarin and Cantonese.