Tim Harcourt answers the questions about how our international visitors, migrants and business people contribute to Australia this Australia day.

If your business is looking to enter overseas markets, either with an established or a new brand, it’s important to consider protecting your brand in the market where you’ll be trading. Often the most cost effective way to do this is through what is known as a Madrid Protocol filing, or International Registration.

David Thomas blogs about the rise of the BRIC nations in the face of the economic decline of the world's previous powerhouses. "With a combined GDP of $8.7 trillion in 2010, the BRIC economies already account for 45 percent of global economic growth."

The Export Finance and Insurance Corporation (EFIC) is providing a US$100 million export finance guarantee to support senior secured loan facilities of close to $3.0 billion, to finance the construction and operation of the Wiggins Island Coal Export Terminal (WICET).

Export Finance and Insurance Corporation (EFIC) has provided a £379,000 export working capital guarantee to assist TTG Transportation Technology Pty Ltd (TTG) to deliver its GBP 1.59 million ($2.5million) contract to provide train management software to UK’s First Rail Holdings.

BLOG: Gary Cronin of Exportise blogs on making the most of the strong dollar. Don't give up!

Dynamic Export asked industry experts to put together a checklist for exporters when it comes to due diligence.

Gary Cronin of Exportise blogs on Australian tourism: what impact will the strong Australian dollar have on the flailing Australian tourism market?

Don't get burned - Christophe Souquet of Coface advises on the risks of getting paid in China.

Ian Murray says that despite tough times for exporters, there are some outstanding success stories to inspire the industry.