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.
South Australia: 4 May 2018
Australian Capital Territory: 7 May 2018
Victoria: 7 May 2018
Western Australia: 9 May 2018
Queensland: 10 May 2018
New South Wales: 21 May 2018
Tasmania: 5 June 2018
Northern Territory: 28 June 2018
Watch these highlights from the 2017 Australian Export Awards and relive the moment when our Australian Exporter of the Year was announced.
New 3-year project designed to help #AUS vegetable growers to become involved in #export via @nqregisterhttp://ow.ly/DWee30k7eaU
Townsville company @SafetyCultureHQ closed one of the largest ever startup funding rounds in Australia that will help its iAuditor app to reach more customers #tech via @FinancialReviewhttp://ow.ly/Abg030k7957
Peter Mackey welcoming guests on behalf of the @BusinessNSW at the launch of the 2018 Premier’s NSW @exportawards #nswea2018 pic.twitter.com/hzDqsmlDYU
A new investment and marketing toolkit from @TourismAus and @Austrade will showcase investment opportunities in regional tourism destinations, helping to drive more international visitation to the regions.http://trademinister.gov.au/releases/Pages/2018/sc_mr_180510.aspx …
Port Macquarie's company Birdon has delivered the first of 374 bridge boats to the U.S. Army #export #ausdef #success @Efic_auhttp://ow.ly/snke30k2uoT
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