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WA North Asia Free Trade Agreement Access Workshop – Joondalup
November 3, 2016 @ 9:00 am - 1:00 pm AWST
Free Trade Agreement Access Workshop
Grow your sales with China, Japan and Korea
Are you an Australian manufacturer or services provider, faced with increased competition and globalisation? Are you looking at new ways to change and diversify to remain profitable and competitive? The WA North Asia Free Trade Agreement Access Program offers an unparalleled opportunity for Australian companies to leverage the benefits offered by these agreements to grow your business.
The Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Western Australia (CCI) has been appointed by the Australian Trade and Investment Commission to coordinate and host the WA North Asia Free Trade Agreement Access Workshop to teach Western Australian regional SME exporters and importers how to utilise the China, Korea and Japan FTAs.
1. A workshop focused on the tools, strategies, support, grants and free trade agreements to help you understand how to build new sales opportunities with some of Australia’s largest trading partners. (Includes a light lunch)
2. A separate, personalised one-on-one call with a Chamber of Commerce International Trade Expert to match your specific business objectives with markets and tools.
(Scheduled at your convenience).
3. Your commitment is just $20 inc. GST per person to access the workshop, the one-on-one private session and the Australian Government Sponsorship.
You pay only: $20 per person (plus GST)
Australian Government subsidises: $307 (plus GST)
Total training value: $366 (plus GST)
Christin Graid – Travel & Lining Collection
”I had no idea there was so much support to grow international sales. Thank you for opening my eyes.”
Michelle Salisbury – Lincolns Beyond Numbers
“This is essential knowledge for all businesses who want to grow and compete in a global economy. I highly recommend this course.”
“This Activity received funding from the Australian Government as part of the Free Trade Agreement Training Provider Grant Program.” “The views expressed herein are not necessarily the views of the Commonwealth of Australia, and the Commonwealth does not accept responsibility for any information or advice contained herein.”
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