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Helping Australian Businesses Win In Asia

Asialink Business’ landmark new report, Winning in Asia: Creating long-term value, offers evidence-based advice for Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) to Large businesses on what it takes to succeed in the competitive markets of Asia For more information visit winninginasia.com.au If you require assistance with your export challenges, then we would welcome the opportunity to […]

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Australia’s International Business Survey (AIBS)

The Australian International Business Survey (AIBS) is one of Australia’s largest and most in-depth surveys of internationally-active Australian businesses. AIBS reports on the views of Australian businesses drawn from multiple industry sectors, and operating across more than 150 international markets. AIBS provides key findings which include, but are not limited to: Barriers being faced when […]

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Free Trade Agreements Unlock Growth Opportunities and Revenue Streams

Free Trade Agreements (FTA) outline the specific import/export arrangements between two countries. Right now for Aussie exporters, China, Japan and Korea are major growth markets. Recent FTA’s between Australia and these countries may accelerate international growth and contribute to lowering costs for exporters. Each FTA is unique and their benefits vary. Major benefits include reducing […]

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Export Market Transferability and Adaptability

We are all familiar with the fact that success in international markets will more than often depend on our ability to tailor our offer to our prospective audience. The same applies when it comes to our business processes, but this is sometimes easily overlooked. Contextual Intelligence is defined by Tarun Khanna as “the ability to […]

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The Top Challenge Facing Aussie Exporters and How to Overcome It

According to Australia’s International Business Survey, the top challenge facing Aussie exporters is: Accessing information on local culture language and practices. This results in difficulty building and maintaining long-term business relationships, which is essential in order to export successfully. It goes without saying that there is no one right way to deal with this issue […]

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