Exporting: the basics
Coronavirus (COVID-19): Support for exporters
- You may be eligible for Trade and Investment Queensland's Market Ready initiative if your business has been affected by coronavirus (COVID-19). The initiative includes:
- advice on leveraging opportunities in the Chinese online market
- brand development support for exporters entering new markets
- China market development forums.
- The Export Market Development Grants (EMDG) scheme funding has increased, allowing exporters and small- and medium-sized businesses to get additional reimbursements for costs incurred in marketing their products and services around the world.
- A new Export Capital Facility will provide loans to eligible exporters who are unable to gain finance from commercial sources due to COVID-19.
- Export Finance Australia will assist its existing customers through access to credit and financial relief.
Global markets are vital to Queensland businesses. Every year, overseas trade and investment helps generate jobs and billions of dollars for our state economy. In fact, 1 in 5 jobs — 1 in 4 in the regions — is trade-related.
Growing your business through exporting:
- gives you access to a larger pool of customers
- spreads your risk
- reduces your dependence on the Australian market.
To find out if exporting is right for your business, you need to thoroughly research your options. It takes time and resources to develop export markets.
If you are ready to export, you need to research how foreign markets work and how your business can successfully trade with these environments.
A wide range of assistance, specialist advice and education programs are available to help you make the most of global markets.
This guide gives you information about exporting.
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