There’s a lot to think about when exporting. It’s often complex.
What is the best new market for your product or service? What do you need to do to start selling there? Getting the details wrong can cost you time and money, and customers won’t be happy with delivery delays.
Now export.business.gov.au saves you time on your export journey with more information for exporting all products. Expanded tools include:
- Market Search Tool– external site – find new markets and grow your business with more than 23,000 strong market recommendations for 6,300 products and more than 120 markets.
- Export Plan Builder– external site – create a tailored template to help you export successfully, with built-in guidance and advice. This will help you export faster with more confidence.
- Find Laws and Regulations– external site – find essential information about the rules for exporting your products and services into different markets.
The new digital service is designed to support Australian businesses when they expand and diversify their export markets.
It covers major sectors including:
- consumer products
- food and agribusiness
- advanced technology and more.
Export.business.gov.au consolidates international trade data from major Australian and international databases. You can find data-driven insights on exporting more than 6,300 products and to more than 120 markets.
There are more than 23,000 market recommendations.
Businesses like yours can use this to research market opportunities, understand laws and regulations, create custom export plans and more.
Boston Brewing Co. customer story
Boston Brewing Co. started in 2010 serving its own beer in a small 70-seat venue in Denmark, Western Australia. By 2022 it had 2 venues (with 400 and 500 seats) and sold its packaged beer in more than 400 shops and venues across Western Australia. General Manager Glen Daniel wanted to find new overseas markets.
After an Austrade seminar, by using export.business.gov.au plus state government assistance the company has had some early success. Boston sent its first pallet of mixed beers to Malaysia in January 2022 with a follow-up pallet soon after. It has also sent display samples to Japan after distributors there showed interest.
Read more about how Boston Brewing Co is going global