Assistance for exporters
Through NSW Trade & Investment's export programs, NSW exporters and would-be exporters can learn about the basics of exporting, visit target markets and expand internationally. This is how we can help NSW companies.
- Build your export capability
NSW Trade & Investment runs seminars, workshops and networking activities throughout the year to develop the year to develop the capabilities and confidence of exporters
- Visit target markets
NSW Trade & Investment's program of International Exhibitions and Trade missions offers export-ready NSW companies access to an annual program of trade exhibitions and missions to high potential and emerging markets.
- Export Advisers
The Department's export advisers are located across the State and provide a single access point for NSW businesses keen to start or grow their exports.
Export Advisers also deliver Austrade's TradeStart program
- Tools and resources
NSW Trade & Investment has compiled useful resources to help NSW-based businesses set and achieve exporting goals.
- Women in Global Business
The Women in Global Business program is a joint Australian, State and Territory Government initiative to support more businesswomen to take their products and services to the world.
Women in Global Business Mentoring
Women in Global Business Mentoring aims to connect less experienced business women with those who already have substantial experience in international trade and investment. The mentoring program supports Australian businesswomen to export through the facilitation of relationships with mentors who are already successfully trading internationally.
If you're looking to expand your business through export, for application information visit wigb.gov.au/component/content/article/68.html.
If you're a successful exporter, consider becoming a mentor. Mentors share knowledge and experiences on a voluntary basis, providing advice to the Mentee and opportunities to learn and grow. Sharing challenging experiences and successes are essential factors in the success of the relationship. Mentors must be active exporters to qualify. Visit www.wigb.gov.au for more information.
WIGB Survey - Barriers to International Success
In 2012, the University of Melbourne and Women in Global Business commenced a five year longitudinal study on the motivations and barriers experienced by Australia's businesswomen as they engage with international markets.
The second year survey is now open.
If you identify as an Australian women in international business we encourage you to complete the survey and promote it amongst your network. This is the only research of its kind in Australia and your help in reaching as many women as possible would be appreciated.
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