The Opportunity of Exporting to China

Since the signing of the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement (ChAFTA) in Canberra on 17 June 2015, Australian and Chinese companies have begun to look to each other as potential trade partners. The agreement takes effect from 1 January 2016.

This should be a boost for the Australian economy, as China is our biggest trading partner. The agreement opens the way for Australian businesses to expand into overseas export. This is especially significant for industries such as agriculture which have been disadvantaged because they have had to compete for trade against nations who have had a Foreign Trader Agreement in place.

What you need to know about the Victorian Government’s market approach templates

Today we welcome Deirdre Diamante, Principal of MIA Consulting Services, to outline some of the features of the recently updated suite of government tender documents. It’s a fact of business that even with the best price or capability, unless you …

Deciphering government language in tenders

Today we welcome Deirdre Diamante, Principal of MIA Consulting Services, to decode the terminology typically used in government tender documents. At a recent Winning Government Business workshop, an attendee stated that it’s easier to respond to a tender question when …