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Relationship building helps double livestock exports

A commitment to relationships in Japan and Australia, respect for supply chain profitability and a focus on quality has seen Edwards Livestock double exports in less than a decade.

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The good oil: the beliefs behind an Australian success story

How a nurse and surgeon husband set out to lower the world’s cholesterol levels, one bottle of olive oil at a time.

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Smokin’: the strategy behind emerging Tassie icon’s monumental export growth

When BJ Plummer was handed the reins of acclaimed Tasmanian smoked seafood producer Woodbridge Smokehouse, he was instructed not to ‘mess around’ with the brand. We spoke to Plummer about his strategy, which has seen export revenue grow a whopping 1,300 per cent in just three years.

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INSIGHTS, TRENDS AND CASE STUDIES

Wherever you look, the future is about technology – the way we invest, care for our health and even how we grow our food. We take a look at where technology might take us in 2019.

The NAB Rural Commodities Index rose 1.8% in October, following a 6.5% jump in September.

As harvest gets started, hear from growers and traders across the country on the first NAB Growers’ Podcast.

The NAB Rural Commodities Index rose 6.5% in September, recording the biggest monthly gain since December 2010.

Agricultural prices and production continues to be very region and commodity specific.

When BJ Plummer was handed the reins of acclaimed Tasmanian smoked seafood producer Woodbridge Smokehouse, he was instructed not to ‘mess around’ with the brand. We spoke to Plummer about his strategy, which has seen export revenue grow a whopping 1,300 per cent in just three years.

A commitment to relationships in Japan and Australia, respect for supply chain profitability and a focus on quality has seen Edwards Livestock double exports in less than a decade.

How a nurse and surgeon husband set out to lower the world’s cholesterol levels, one bottle of olive oil at a time.

Rutherglen’s Campbells Wines has lived through the global rise, fall and resurrection of the Australian wine industry. Current head of the winery Colin Campbell discusses how this fifth-generation business structures itself for export success in the 21st century.

NAB customer and former Deputy Prime Minister, John Anderson has joined NAB’s regional listening tour, conducting community consultations across regional Australia, starting with a visit to Gunnedah in the drought-stricken region in northern NSW.

The business conditions index rose by 2pts to +15 index points in August, recovering some of the ground lost in recent months. Business confidence fell 3pts to +4 index points and is now below average.

Our expectation for the Australian economy is that GDP will increase by just under 3.0% in 2018 and 2019.

The nation’s thoughts are with drought-afflicted farmers. As distressing as their current circumstances are, the encouraging news is that underlying economic conditions remain positive and will help them bounce back once the drought breaks.

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