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Governor of Victoria's Export Awards

By EXPORT COUNCIL OF AUSTRALIA · May 12, 2017

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MAKE YOUR APPLICATION COUNT!

The Governor of Victoria Export Awards (GOVEA) is the most prestigious export award in Victoria. Rewarding Victoria’s most successful and innovative exporters with the stamp of international success, a GOVEA gives your business recognition in local and international markets.

GOVEA winners are awarded across 12 categories as well as being eligible for the Victorian Award for Innovation Excellence and the prestigious Victorian Exporter of the Year. Applicants can also self-nominate for the Victorian Women in International Business Award.

Winners of the 12 categories are automatically placed as finalists in the Australian Export Awards – a national awards program held in November, which will see the Victorian winners compete against other states and territories for the national awards.

Winning an export award is great achievement, but we know that completing your application can be time-consuming.  Because we want you to have the best chance of success, we’re going to help you with advice and hands-on assistance!

This year we want to hear from ALL Victorian exporters – big or small, new or experienced, city-based or Regional.  And to assist you with your application, we are offering FREE workshops that will:

  • Show you how to prepare an award winning submission for the Governor of Victoria Export Awards
  • Assist you to use the awards application to review and update your export plan
  • Provide an opportunity to network with fellow exporters

All Victorian companies are invited to attend these workshops for FREE, but space is limited and pre-registration is essential.  Don’t miss out – register today for your best chance at GOVEA success!

Trade Victoria and the Export Council of Australia invite you to attend one of these FREE workshops:

Melbourne, 02 June - register here >>

Bundoora, 08 June - register here >>

Geelong, 15 June - register here >>

Ballarat, 19 June - register here >>

Dandenong, 23 June - register here >>

Melbourne, 29 June - register here >>

For the Webinar on 07 July - register here >> 

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