If it’s time to move into export markets, we are here to help.

Moving into export markets can be a very effective way to grow your business – you tap into new markets, decrease risk by reducing reliance on local markets and give your business a competitive edge. Good planning and commitment is critical to successful exporting and you must also understand the relevant export regulations and requirements.

Our business advisors can help you with your export planning and strategies.

The following links also provide specific information and resources to help you trade overseas or develop new foreign markets.

Austrade is the Australian Government agency responsible for assisting new and existing exporters.

Council for International Trade and Commerce South Australia provides expert assistance to South Australian companies in establishing export markets for their goods and services, through CITCSA’s members.

Export Finance and Insurance Corporation provides finance and insurance solutions to Australian businesses involved in export, overseas investment and those working in export supply chain projects.

Export Market Development Grant is a financial assistance program for aspiring and current exporters. The scheme supports a wide range of industry sectors and products  The EMDG scheme  reimburses up to 50% of eligible export promotion expenses above $10,000 provided that the total expenses are at least $20,000

Gateway Business Program assists small to medium-sized firms prepare for export.  The Gateway Business Program can meet eligible expenses, up to $25,000, incurred in developing international markets.

Standards Australia can provide information on regulatory requirements in your destination market.

TradeStart provides free services to assist your business to develop overseas markets and make your first export sale.


Call us on 08 8260 8205 to discuss your business needs or make an appointment with one of our experienced business advisors. Guides on customs requirements and quarantine controls as well as export plan development are also available online.

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