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    Foundational Export Capability Building Workshop - Griffith, NSW - 5 June 2024 - Breakfast (8:00am - 10:00am)

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    Foundational Export Capability Building Workshop - Growing Exports - Griffith, NSW, Sugarmill Café

    This NSW Export Capability Building workshop is aimed at businesses seeking to initiate export activities, or export-ready businesses looking to consolidate their knowledge and maximise long-term export gains.

    This introduction to export workshop is aimed to increase your business' export-readiness.  The workshop will also include a number of informative discussions on topical issues for exporters, including export fundamentals and reviewing business capacity and capability.

    The workshop is brought to you by Investment NSW and AusIndustry with support from the Export Council of Australia.

    The workshop will address fundamental topics such as when to go global, how to identify your market, getting your value proposition right, protecting your IP, and the importance of having an export plan. 

    Dianne Tipping, Chair, Export Council of Australia (ECA)will deliver a 1-hour workshop session to enhance participants’ export knowledge.

    William Robison, Senior Export Adviser, Investment NSW, will facilitate the workshop, and provide an overview of NSW support to take businesses internationally.

    Nicola James, Regional Manager: South-West NSW, Department of Industry, Science & Resources, AusIndustry, will discuss AusIndustry support for exporters.

    Who should attend?

    • NSW businesses with products and services for export
    • aspiring and new exporters
    • existing exporters looking for a refresher


    Please REGISTER using this Humanitix page.

    The workshop is Free with hot breakfast served. 

    Meeting venue: Sugarmill Café, 10 Whybrow Street, Griffith

    Please arrive early for the Workshop to start at 8.00AM

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