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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International education, our 3rd largest export, grew by 11% in the last year. In 2016, we'll host over half a million overseas students.pic.twitter.com/HvvDGnaHAn
Do you know Australia was no.2 butter supplying country to #HongKong valued US$11M with 21% market share in 2015? #export @Dairy_Australiapic.twitter.com/ek509QWySD
#nswea2016 Export Award for a Regional Exporter goes to Cool Off / Dried and True and is proudly sponsored by @Austradepic.twitter.com/XmcZyoJy5q
Small Business winner is @blowfishstudios ! Well done guys! This category is proudly sponsored by @Efic_au #nswea2016pic.twitter.com/rKkLgpO9W0
And the Award for E-Commerce goes to @freelancer - congrats team! This category is sponsored by @alibaba_aus #nswea2016pic.twitter.com/aw1tL5WS2R
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