The ECA’s key objectives have been refocused in 2015/16 to concentrate on building the international capability and capacity of Australian companies.
To this end, the ECA is releasing a new suite of DIGITAL business tools on a range of subjects and markets.
Acknowledging the importance of China to Australian businesses, and the imminent ratification of the China Australia Free Trade Agreement (ChAFTA), the ECA is delighted to be developing a mobile app specifically aimed at assisting Australian exporters do business in China.
Exclusive opportunities to promote your services
The ECA is delighted to offer the following advertising opportunities to be involved in promoting YOUR organisation’s services by linking your brand to the ECA’s development of the “Doing Business in China” mobile app, due for launch during NSW Trade & Investment Week.
Your company will be able to access the following branding opportunities:
- Your company logo and company profile included in the sponsors’ section of the mobile app
- Your company contact details included on the “Useful Links” page of the mobile app
- Your logo included as part of any EDM campaigns
- Your logo and company profiled in all PR-related activity regarding the app
- An invitation to attend the official launch of the mobile app during NSW Trade Week
Doing Business in China app outline:
An interactive educational tool that includes the following useful information:
- Key market opportunities
- Outline of doing business in China, including:
- Intellectual property
- Legal management
- Distribution channels
- Supply chain strategies
- Risk management
- Cultural understanding
- Handy checklists
- Setting up in China
- ChAFTA at a glance
Required investment: $2,000 plus GST.
To take up this limited opportunity:
Email Collins Rex, Head of Product Development at email@example.com, or call Collins on 0410 44 7782.
Who we are
The Export Council of Australia (ECA) is the peak export body in Australia with a particular focus on the SME sector. The ECA is the next step in the evolution of the Australian Institute of Export (AIEx) that, for over 50 years, has provided practical education and training, advice and advocacy to the Australian export community.
Owned by its members and steered by a Board and National Council of Industry specialists, the ECA is a not-for-profit organisation that has the development of Australia’s resources, via the promotion of Australian industry in international markets, as its primary goal. The ECA’s focus is on the SME sector, however is proud to represent all exporters, regardless of size or location. ECA/AIEx is evolving as the voice of Australia’s exporters and continuously developing educational programmes to support them.
Over the last couple of years the ECA has gone through a period of re-development, with a core focus on developing practical programmes and creating business tools that focus on building up the capability and capacity of Australian companies to grow internationally.