Businesses enter the AEA through their state and territory export award programs. State and territory winners progress as national finalists, from which one category winner will be crowned the Australian Exporter of the Year.
The 54th National Awards Ceremony will be held on Thursday 24th November in Brisbane.
Northern Territory 22 September 2016
Victoria 6 October 2016
South Australia 5 October 2016
Tasmania 7 October 2016
Australian Capital Territory 20 October 2016
Queensland 20 October 2016
New South Wales 26 October 2016
Western Australia 28 October 2016
The 53rd Australian Export Awards ceremony was held in Melbourne on Friday 27th November 2015.
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Meet Buku-Larrnggay Mulka Art Centre, 2016 NT #creativeindustries #exportawards finalist @yirrkalaart @AusUnlimited http://ow.ly/LFEd304D2zS
Consolidated Pastoral Company connects Aus beef to the world, 2016 NT #agribusiness #exportawards finalist @Commbank http://ow.ly/tPws304AIum
Some of WA’s most innovative companies are finalists in the WA Industry and Export Awards @exportawards #WA https://www.commerce.wa.gov.au/announcements/minister-mischin-top-honours-ahead-was-finest-businesses …pic.twitter.com/gWKlk2nM00
The results are in: congrats to winners of the Chief Minister NT's #exportawards and our five national finalists! http://ow.ly/BHwe304u3lk pic.twitter.com/jNxzYI65xl
8 #Australian Universities named in the top 200 for the World University Rankings 2016-2017 #theunirankings http://bit.ly/2dc4MuB pic.twitter.com/cYtn1QyGVd
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