If Australia is to capitalise on jobs and exports in the rural sector, it needs to ensure its food is halal certified.
A recent survey of companies in the Asia Pacific region found that 70 percent had experienced overdue payments last year – the highest level in three years.
DHL, a leading logistics service provider globally, sponsors a number of major international sporting events including the Formula 1 Grand Prix and the Rugby World Cup.
The 2015 Budget will provide $24.6 million to assist Australian businesses make the most of the export and job-creating opportunities generated by these historic Free Trade Agreements.
The SME sector is a big winner from the May budget with cuts to company tax rates and the investment write off of asset acquisitions up to $20,000 per item.
The pharmaceutical industry will require government support if it is to recover from its recent poor performance and compete globally, says Medicines Australia CEO Tim James.
Sales of South African wine are booming in China, having grown 63% last year over the previous year.
Minister for Trade and Investment Andrew Robb has launched the 2015 Australian Export Awards that recognise Australia’s outstanding exporters.
If you’re looking to grow your business internationally but don’t know where to start, the Women In Global Business (WIGB) Mentoring program may be the solution.
Export activity and sales rose significantly in the first quarter of 2015, according to a new business survey.