Trade Minister Andrew Robb has appointed a prominent Sydney business executive to review the Export Market Development Grants (EMDG) scheme.
Sports medicine is the latest Aussie export to hit China.
New applications for Export Marketing Development Grants (EMDG) open on July 1 this year.
Women in Global Business will host a workshop in Sydney this month to assist Australian businesswomen to grow internationally.
Australian exporters will benefit from a boost in funding to The Export Finance and Insurance Corporation and the Export Market Development Grants scheme announced in the federal budget.
The National Commission of Audit’s recommendations to eliminate government assistance for exporters, would be “insane” say industry leaders.
The Federal Government’s expansion of the Export Market Development Grants (EMDG) scheme is a positive move for Australian business, says Australian Industry Group (AiGroup) chief executive, Innes Willox.
The Export Market Development Grants (EMDG) scheme will receive a $50 million government injection to help small and medium sized businesses reach their export potential.
Gary Cronin of Exportise asks is there a problem for Australia’s long term economic growth if the mining industry cannot continue to dominate our exports?
If you work in the agriculture, fisheries or forestry sectors and are looking to develop links with China, now's the time to apply for funding to develop your commercial potential in trade with China.