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September 19, 2022

Agriculture Victoria is helping agricultural producers across the state grow their businesses and reach new markets with an upcoming series of webinars.

Agrifood Export Essentials is a four-part webinar series that helps Victorian agricultural producers build their capacity to export more produce to more markets, more often.

Presented by Collins Rex, an experienced trade advisor, the series focuses on what a business should consider before starting to export and presents trade-specific modules to build export confidence.

Sarah-Jane McCormack, executive director of agriculture policies and programs, said the series will help small agribusinesses expand into international markets and enable small producers to take advantage of export opportunities.

“Sometimes small businesses may assume that exporting is beyond them, but that’s just not true. Victoria’s products are world class and belong on the global stage. »

“The webinars offer key information and insights that will help sustain Victoria as Australia’s largest food and fiber state,” Ms McCormack said.

The series is free and Victorian agribusinesses are encouraged to sign up.

Webinar 1 – Wednesday, September 28, 2-3:30 p.m.

International business planning and market entry essentials

Webinar 2 – Wednesday October 12, 2-3:30 p.m.

Export Marketing, Freight and Logistics

Webinar 3 – Wednesday, October 26, 2-3:30 p.m.

Export documentation, procedures and payment

Webinar 4 – Wednesday, November 9, 2-3:30 p.m.

Export risk and assistance available

It is a joint venture between the $10.2 million Small-Scale & Craft program and the Pathways to Export program and complements the work of Victoria’s trade agency, Global Victoria.

The Pathways to Export program offers a range of support services specific to agribusinesses beginning their export journey, said Will Dalton, Pathways to Export program manager.

“We are thrilled to partner with the Small-Scale and Craft program to bring a series that speaks directly to our growers and helps businesses achieve export success,” said Dalton.

Register for the full series online at Eventbrite.


Media contact: Tess Astle

Call: 0427 059 834

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