Export ready

Overview

If you are looking to export, then we are here to help guide you through the process. 

We work with many agencies and government departments to assist business development and growth, below is a list of agencies that offer support to business in the export market.

AI Group

The AI Group help companies succeed in international business and to enhance Australian industry's export effort. The team has a strong commercial background and in-depth knowledge and experience of many export markets.

They can provide consultancy services to help identify opportunities for your company to export overseas, keep you up-to-date with the latest developments in trade policy, trade agreement fact sheets and submissions to government.  There are dedicate TradeStart staff to help new and emerging trade exporters.

For further information visit AI Group

Australian Trade Commission (Austrade)

Austrade provides general information about exporting and doing business in international markets, free of charge to Australian companies. 

They provide a comprehensive mix of information and customised services to help you do business with overseas markets and to understand foreign regulations and business practices.

For further information visit Austrade

Department of Agriculture and Water Resources

The department controls exports of agricultural products, this assures our trading partners that Australian agricultural products meet import requirements. 

Efficient regulation of exports is the cornerstone of Australia’s reputation as an excellent source of reliable agricultural exports.

They can assist you with information on;

  • commodities controlled by the department;
  • legislation around prescribed commodities;
  • export registration;
  • compliance with relevant export standards; and
  • export fees and charges.

For further information visit Department of Agriculture and Water Resources

Trade Victoria

Business Victoria provides support, funding and assistance for businesses that are exporting or thinking about exporting. 

They can assist local businesses to check whether they are export ready including;

  • internal business analysis;
  • competitor analysis;
  • risk and challenges;
  • choosing a market entry strategy;
  • exports; and
  • a business plan template. 

They also provide high level market intelligence, insights and guidance to be competitive in international markets.  

For further information visit Trade Victoria

Victorian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VECCI)

VECCI’s trade and investment professionals can guide you through the global marketplace, providing support, strategies and practical advice every step of the way.

They can assist local business with;

  • export documentation;
  • free trade agreements;
  • export consultancy;
  • migration and visas;
  • sourcing and imports;
  • programs and resources; and
  • business brokering and investment.

For further information visit VECCI