Export Resources

Exporting can help you in many ways – spreading risk, expanding market option and reducing your dependence on local markets.

However, successful exporting requires building new relationships, knowledge and understanding of cultures, regulations, pricing, legal issues and logistics.

There are many useful sources of export advice to help you in Australia. Here are some of the most useful options.

 

Australia India Business Council

www.aibc.org.au

The Australia India Business Council (AIBC) was founded to foster bi-lateral relations between the two countries.

Austrade

www.austrade.gov.au

Exporting can be a profitable way of expanding your business, spreading your risks and reducing your dependence on the local market. Austrade research shows that, on average, exporting companies are more profitable than their non-exporting counterparts.

Free Trade Agreements

www.dfat.gov.au

Read about Free Trade Agreements at the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) website where you will find detailed guides.

Export Finance Insurance Corporation (EFIC)

www.efic.gov.au

EFIC provides finance and insurance to help Australian exporters overcome financial barriers as they grow their businesses overseas. EFIC provides loans, guarantees, bonds and insurance.

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    Join an export group on the RED Toolbox. Groups help you to engage with customers in markets overseas.

    We are creating Groups on The RED Toolbox platform for each export market focused on key sectors of interest: India - Agricultural and Food, India – Smart Cities Infrastructure, India – Advanced Manufacturing, India – Mining Equipment, Technology & Services etc

    Joining RED Toolbox Groups is free and allows you to meet prospects, ask questions, engage in conversations, and seek help and advice regarding your sector in the market.

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