Businesses enter the AEA program through their state or territory export awards programs. State and territory winners progress as national finalists, from which one category winner will be crowned the Australian Exporter of the Year.
Select your state or territory on the map to register.
Australian Capital Territory: Closed
South Australia: Closed
Western Australia: 6 August 2018
Tasmania: 15 August 2018
Northern Territory: 16 August 2018
New South Wales: 17 August 2018
Watch these highlights from the 2017 Australian Export Awards and relive the moment when our Australian Exporter of the Year was announced.
#PODCAST: Are you an Aus startup wanting to know more about the US? Aussie Startup Advice: USA is the podcast for you! Created by @AustradeUSA and @AussieFounders! Subscribe now on iTunes, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. http://bit.ly/2Mjan2T pic.twitter.com/d2uUrD500o
National #ScienceWeek is here. #Agriculture and science go hand-in-hoof. This week we will be tweeting different ways #science creates productive and sustainable farms, #soils, waterways, forests and fisheries #agscience #agchatoz Get involved at http://scienceweek.net.au pic.twitter.com/G8QthB37AV
The success of a business includes the passion of their staff & what better way to recognise their work than winning the #agribusiness #ExportAwards like Yumbah Aquaculture in 2017pic.twitter.com/0QuZOgPl9S
"This Award for our company means that we’re doing the things right, that innovation is the way to go" Maria Chicaiza, Commercial Manager, @opmantek 2017 #digitech Award winner #ExportAwardspic.twitter.com/kLP3DlA0RY
https://buff.ly/2Mj22Z3 From @KPMG to tech #startup. Anthony Steven's discusses his latest venture and lessons learned: 'Understanding how to take risk, where to prioritise and, in many cases, just move from zero to one.'
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