If you are interested in finding out about sponsorship opportunities for the Australian Export Awards program, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 1300 88 1920 to find out more.
Commonwealth Bank - The Commonwealth Bank is one of Australia's leading financial institutions with businesses in New Zealand, Asia and the United Kingdom read more.
Efic - Efic are committed to one thing – unlocking finance for export success. They are a specialist financier that delivers simple and creative solutions for Australian companies – to enable them to win business, grow internationally and achieve export success. As Australia’s export credit agency, they operate on a commercial basis and partner with banks to provide financial support to:
- SMEs and large domestic exporters
- Australian companies in an export-related global supply chain
- Australian companies investing in emerging and frontier markets
- buyers of Australian goods and services in emerging markets.
Through their loans, guarantees, bonds and insurance products, Efic have helped many Australian exporters and subcontractors take advantage of new contract opportunities that may otherwise have been out of reach.
To find out more about how Efic could help your business achieve export success, please phone 1800 093 724 or visit www.efic.gov.au.
Australian Made, Australian Grown Campaign has for more than 20 years, been helping consumers to exercise their preference for buying Australian, and promoting Australian products in Australia and increasingly also in export markets.The famous green and gold trade mark was launched in 1986.
Since 1999, the campaign has been administered by Australian Made Campaign Limited (AMCL), a not-for-profit public company set up by its foundation members, the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the network of State and Territory chambers read more.
The Treasury’s story starts in Melbourne, 1901. The nation’s account books were kept by five men, who together made up the smallest of the new Federation’s seven government departments. Today, the Treasury is a central policy agency that anticipates and provides advice to the Government on issues across the whole of the economy: macroeconomic policy settings and microeconomic reform; energy, environment, agriculture, housing, and health policy; tax policy and international cooperation. As well as helping to deliver the federal Budget every year, the Treasury supports markets and business, including small business, and helps the government create the conditions for Australia’s economy to flourish in a changing world.
Minerals Council of Australia
Minerals Council of Australia (MCA) Minerals Council of Australia (MCA) represents Australia’s exploration, mining and minerals processing industry, nationally and internationally, in its contribution to sustainable development and society read more.
Qantas has been carrying freight since its inaugural service in 1922, and uplifting international airmail since its first overseas flight in 1935. Today, the Qantas Group’s freight assets include a fleet of freighter aircraft, a global network of ground handling facilities and strategic investments in specialist logistics businesses in Australia and across the world read more.
Clean Energy Council
The Clean Energy Council is the peak body for Australia’s clean energy industry, working with more than 550 member companies operating in the fields of renewable energy and energy efficiency, and more than 4500 accredited solar installers. We are committed to accelerating the transformation of Australia’s energy system into one that is smarter, cleaner and more consumer-focused.
Clean Energy Council members are involved in the development or deployment of clean energy technologies such as solar, wind, energy efficiency, energy storage, bioenergy, hydro, cogeneration, geothermal and marine.