Opportunities to network and learn
Trade and Investment Queensland offer networking opportunities, seminars, workshops and other export events throughout the year to:
- connect you with export advisors and market specialists from Trade and Investment Queensland’s local and overseas networks, along with other local exporters
- provide information updates across a range of knowledge areas including best practice export strategies, intellectual property protection, negotiation skills, brand equity and financial strategies for export
- provide you with links into target markets
- offer opportunities to meet potential investors
Premier of Queensland’s Export Awards
The Premier of Queensland’s Export Awards acknowledge the important contribution that Queensland exporting businesses make to our state’s economy through job creation and increased prosperity in the community. The awards are run annually and are open to all exporters that meet the eligibility criteria, regardless of sector. Receiving an Export Award is the highest recognition of exporting achievement and is well regarded amongst your export industry peers.
Workshop and event series
In 2019 and 2021, Trade and Investment Queensland partnered with Deloitte Australia to deliver a series of workshops around Queensland to help small and medium-sized businesses attract new investment.
At these highly interactive workshops, businesses had an opportunity to spend a day working on their business rather than in their business, learn how to assess their own value and what investors are looking for.
If you’re interested in future workshops, contact your local Trade Advisor.
UK Market Access series
Travel restrictions, economic impacts, a new Australia-United Kingdom Free Trade Agreement – a lot is changing in the UK market, but excellent opportunities still exist for informed exporters who take a strategic approach.
Join our monthly webinar series for the latest insights on changes, challenges and opportunities in the UK market. Hear from experts and decision-makers based in the UK, along with Queensland exporters who have succeeded in this prestigious market.
Last published: 8:05 AM, Wednesday, 13 April 2022