AXCEN (Australia-China Business Development) is opening a display store in China to showcase AXCEN-associated, Australian export companies.
When it comes to maximising sales to China’s many millions of consumers, an online experience is great, but nothing beats the real thing.
The display store will give China’s business and individuals unrivalled opportunities to see, touch, and taste great Aussie products. The display store will be accompanied by an online products store.
Avid Chinese consumers and local wholesalers will flock to the store when it makes a big splash in the Chinese media with its opening on 1 June 2017.
Transform your Business Through Exporting SME Briefing event held on 24/03/17
On the 24th March 2017 RDA Moreton Bay held an Export Network SME Briefing, ‘Transform your Business Through Exporting’, featuring speakers from Tradestart (Austrade), Chamber of Commerce and Industry QLD (CCIQ) and Grant Central.
20 attendees took part in the briefing aimed through industry and expert presentations to build export capacity and capability, increase awareness of overseas business opportunities, access government programs, share experience, skills, knowledge and information through collaboration.
Click on the links below to the view the workshop presentations.
About the Moreton Bay Region Export Network
The Moreton Bay Region Export Network has been established to bring together the region’s businesses who are currently exporting or have an interest in undertaking export activities. This cluster meets to discuss country and market briefings, business development opportunities, sharing of best practice and networking.
In 2017 the Moreton Bay Region Export Network will work in collaboration with RDA Moreton Bay’s partners, including Australian Industry Group (Tradestart), Queensland Government, MBRC and MBRIT to deliver a series of workshops and networking opportunities.
Regional Development Australia Moreton Bay in partnership with Moreton Bay Regional Council, Moreton Bay Region Industry & Tourism, Queensland Government (Dept of State Development North Lakes) and Ai Group (Tradestart) launched the region’s export network on Tuesday 30th August, 2016.
The launch was attended by regional businesses which are either exporting internationally or have an interest in doing so.
Businesses received great presentations from Austrade including an overview of the Free Trade Agreements; Trade & Investment Queensland; Export Market Development Grants, and an overview of the Tradestart program and the outcomes of the Moreton Bay Region Export Survey. Ridley Aquafeed also provided an insightful presentation on the businesses experience of the challenges of international market development and the rewards which can be generated.
View the presentations
Why attend and join the Moreton Bay Region Export Network?
- Building export capacity and capability
- Sharing experience, knowledge, skills and information through collaboration
- Increasing awareness of overseas business opportunities by country and sector
- Improved engagement with government agencies and programs
- Providing proactive support to existing exporters and to those businesses with an interest in commencing export market development.
To join the Export Network
Contact Andrew Quain, Executive Officer, RDA Moreton Bay:
M: 0437 080 986