Australia and South Korea have a close relationship, which has created a number of exciting opportunities for Australian SMEs looking to expand in the South Korean market...

Australian SME exporters are showing more optimism in 2015, with a survey by the Export Finance and Insurance Corporation (Efic) showing 39 per cent expected higher export sales over the next 12 months...

Long payment terms and inflexible bank loans are having a serious impact on the ability of Australian SMEs to grow, a new survey has found.

EFIC, Australia’s export credit agency, has had its loan powers expanded to assist more SME (small and medium-sized) Australian exporters.

Australian SME businesses exporting to or participating in projects in India can look forward to greater support in their overseas activities, following a new agreement between Australia’s export credit agency EFIC and the State Bank of India.

Australian exporters are feeling positive, with 95 per cent of SME exporters expecting their overseas sales to remain the same or grow in the next 12 months.

Australia’s export credit agency, Export Finance and Insurance Corporation (EFIC) increased its support for small-to-medium enterprises (SME) last financial year (2012-13).

UK Trade and Investment (UKTI) is encouraging Australian and New Zealand businesses to launch in the UK with its new business plan competition, Go UK.