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ECA News

The Export Council of Australia (ECA) celebrates the entry into force of the Trade Facilitation Agreement (TFA), a significant event that is poised to change the future of global trade for Australia and the world.

The ECA echoes the World Trade...

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March Madness

By Export Council of Australia · February 15, 2017

Book and pay for the March 'Getting the Documentation Right" and the "Pricing for International Success" workshops, and qualify for a 15% discount on both workshops, find out more by visiting our website and selecting course calendar or call...

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The world of International Trade is ever changing. You constantly need to be on top of compliance and regulatory changes not only in Australia but overseas. You can click here to download the ebook today! To help ensure you keep on top of...

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Many SMEs struggle with the idea of exporting or doing business overseas, especially when their local business is going well.  However, there are many benefits to taking your products or services to the world, such as: Increased sales...

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On behalf of all of us at the ECA may I wish you a Happy New Year and a very Happy Chinese New Year. May the Year of the Rooster bring you Health, Wealth, Happiness and Success! In the next month, the ECA will be launching our 2017 Trade Policy...

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Heath Baker

The ECA is pleased to welcome Heath Baker as the newest addition to the ECA team. Heath will be joining the ECA as head of trade policy and industry engagement.

We are incredibly lucky to have Heath working on behalf of our members to represent...

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H.E. Mr Didier Reynders (centre) & the Roundtable delegates

In late December, the ECA's Head of Product and Skills Development, Collins Rex, participated in a roundtable with the Belgian Deputy Prime Minister & Minister for Foreign Affairs, H.E. Mr. Didier Reynders, the AMbassador of Belgium to...

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In this special edition of International Business Today we pay tribute to Australia’s export heroes.

It’s that time of the year when we celebrate your export success.

And I can think of no better way to wrap up the year than to honour...

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The Export Council of Australia (ECA)

The ECA is the peak export body in Australia, with a focus on the SME sector. For more than 50 years, the ECA has provided practical education and training, recognition, advice and advocacy to the Australian...

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As the CEO of the Export Council of Australia, I truly believe that Australian jobs are best created and protected over the long term through an open and competitive economic system. 

In the wake of Brexit, as well as the recent election...

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The ECA has gone back to the drawing board to redevelop a new series series of half day workshops for companies looking to understand the importing process. The new half day interactive courses will cover the following topics: 

  • Pricing for...

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Malaysia is one of ASEAN’s most mature and connected economies, both regionally and globally. It is a big beneficiary of regional connectivity, considering the degree to which the country has extended its value and supply chains across the...

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Security of international trade came into sharp focus following the terrorist attacks on the United States in September 2001. This course provides an overview of the international and regional responses to security threats in the...

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Australian Trusted Trader

The ECA is pleased to announce an alliance with Trusted Trader International (TTI) and as such, our members will have access to professional and straight forward advice/feedback on the recently introduced Trusted Trader Program in Australia (i.e....

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Fifteen Queensland businesses have been recognised and celebrated for their outstanding success and contribution to the state’s trade output at the Premier of Queensland’s Export Awards which were held at the Brisbane Convention and...

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Perhaps the biggest and most significant of all the Chinese cultural holidays, Chinese New Year is one of the best times to show professional acquaintances your understanding and appreciation for Chinese culture.

Mindy Xu, World First’s...

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Singapore is an ideal ASEAN entry point for Australian businesses, especially those who are more risk averse or cautious about establishing operations in less developed regional markets. It is sophisticated and stable, and one of the most free and...

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There are many opportunities for companies and individuals to profit through importing. No matter what you are importing, you need to make sure you fully understand the import process, the rules and regulations of customs & duty, import...

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Our official publication International Business Today has re-launched –bigger and brighter than ever. 

The new-look International Business Today will be distributed in a contemporary format, four times a year, in both print and digital...

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Some of the State's most innovative and proactive companies have been announced as finalists in the Western Australian Industry and Export Awards 2016 which are set to showcase the best of WA's businesses.

Commerce Minister Michael Mischin...

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