This information is brought to you by business.gov.auExportingExpanding your market can bring enormous benefits to your business, but successful exporting doesn't happen by accident - it needs careful planning and commitment.
- Develop an export plan
Once you've decided to sell your products overseas you need to develop an export plan.
- Customs requirements for exports
Exporting of goods from Australia is controlled by the Australian Customs Service (Customs).
- Quarantine controls on exports
Australian Quarantine and Inspection Service (AQIS) regulates the export of food, live animals, animal products, fish, aquatic products, plants and grains.
- Financial assistance for exporters
Promoting your product overseas is a costly exercise, however you may be eligible for assistance to help with the cost of developing your new overseas markets.
- Information on exporting
There are a number of federal and state based resources available to help you get started with exporting.
- Free Trade Agreements (FTAs)
There may be opportunities for Australian businesses to tender for work overseas, with the help of a Free Trade Agreement (FTA).