EXPORTING

INSIGHTS, TRENDS AND CASE STUDIES

Harvest is now underway for 2018-19 winter crop, a season which will likely go down as one of the most mixed in years.

Trade impacts are yet to emerge, but mixed signals persist in China.

Keen to expand your business’s global footprint? If so, there are compelling reasons to consider heading to the UK, especially if you own a tech start-up, with an exciting new competition just launched.

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.

Recent tariff announcements are a modest negative for growth in US and China although Chinese policy will look to offset the impact.

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.

With expansion on the horizon, FRANKiE4’s Financial Controller, Jonathan Cole, is focused on the right markets and the right financial facilities to make the leap into Europe and the US.

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.

AUD/USD is now expected to be largely contained within a 0.70-0.75 trading range.

Risk to world growth from trade tensions escalating.

From the beginning, Alex Tomic and Nik Mirkovic knew they wanted to think big, and to think global.

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