Information about what is required to start exporting and grants that may be of assistance.
ACT Government - Business & Industry Development – Export Assistance
TradeStart is a partnership between the ACT Government and Austrade and to provide ACT exporting businesses with access to the resources of Austrade’s global network. The prime objective of TradeStart is to assist small and medium sized exporters to achieve long-term success in international markets.
AUS-MEAT and AUS-QUAL are Australia and New Zealand’s leading providers of agribusiness auditing, certification and training services, supporting over 70 different programs. The business has been a key component in the growth and success of the Australian red meat industry and now also leads in services to the broader agricultural industry including horticulture, poultry & eggs, food safety, organics, animal welfare and social & ethical compliance.
The TradeStart network is an extension to Austrade’s own offices and is delivered in partnership with State, Territory and local governments, industry associations and chambers of commerce. The prime objective of Austrade’s TradeStart network is to assist small and medium sized exporters to achieve long term success in international markets.
The AFGC is the voice of the Australian food and grocery supply industry and a valued service provider to our members. With advocacy at our core, we are structured to enable member companies to contribute to overall industry policy and strategy and to influence category-specific issues and services.
Australian Trade and Investment Commission (AusTrade)
It’s important to consider if your business is ready and to be sure that you understand exactly what exporting entails before you start. AusTrade provide information on Guide to Exporting, Export Markets, Export Grants, and Free Trade Agreements.
Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment - PASE Grant
In 2019 the Australian Government extended grants under the Package Assisting Small Exporters (PASE). Grants will be extended for 4 years to 2022-23. These funds will support small exporters to overcome the barriers they face when exporting.
The department works to make Australia stronger, safer and more prosperous, to provide timely and responsive consular and passport services, and to ensure a secure Australian Government presence overseas.
John Karatsoreos | Director, Regional Trade Agreements Division
The Entrepreneurs’ Programme can help transform your business, getting you from where you are to where you want to be. Their unique services give you access to expert advice and financial support through grants to help you progress your goals.
Our focus is the food and beverage, as well as the agri-food industries. Our passion is your export growth. Start your export journey with our industry experts who can find new homes for your products, outside Australia. We offer export advice that is practical and tailored to your needs, including the latest export grants.
GrainGrowers is a leading voice for Australian grain farmers, representing their interests at a national and international level. GrainGrowers strives to be a strong and influential voice, setting the agenda for change on national issues which will benefit grain farmers now and into the future. We work with progressive and profit-focussed farmers to drive positive change and advance their agenda both nationally and internationally. Investing in the future capacity of the industry, GrainGrowers also plays a lead role in developing and supporting innovative grower leaders through a range of flagship initiatives.
GRDC’s purpose is to invest in RD&E to create enduring profitability for Australian growers. GRDC invest in projects and partnerships that drive profitability, productivity within Australia’s grains industry.
The National Farmers’ Federation (NFF) is the peak national body representing farmers and, more broadly, agriculture across Australia. It is one of Australia’s foremost and respected advocacy organisations.
We are the independent national regulator for privacy and freedom of information. We promote and uphold your rights to access government-held information and have your personal information protected. Angelene Falk is the Australian Information Commissioner and Privacy Commissioner.
The Organic Trade Association (OTA) is the membership-based business association for organic agriculture and products in North America. OTA is the leading voice for the organic trade in the United States, representing over 9,500 organic businesses across 50 states. Its members include growers, shippers, processors, certifiers, farmers’ associations, distributors, importers, exporters, consultants, retailers and others.