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    Five facts for Australian fashion exporters

    03 Mar 2020

    Export Finance Australia understands the financial challenges you may face as you grow your business. Our FREE Fashion eBook “Taking Australian fashion global” could help you plan your export journey.   

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    Four risks for exporters – and how to overcome them

    13 Feb 2020

    Exporting can be risky. Operating in an unfamiliar, foreign market will always throw up new challenges to navigate, however established a business may be in its domestic market.

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    Five steps to protecting your IP when exporting

    13 Feb 2020

    Working with small and medium business (SME) exporters on a daily basis, we get a lot of feedback on some of the key challenges they face when entering new overseas markets. From understanding cultural differences to what currency to trade in, the challenges of exporting can seem daunting, even to

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    Six ways innovation can grow your export business

    13 Feb 2020

    At Export Finance Australia, we see many of our customers face challenges of growing their export business. From understanding a new market to finding critical financial support, the key is often thinking innovatively about the way your business operates.

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    4 fast facts about METS and Construction Services

    04 Feb 2020

    When it comes to Mining Equipment, Technology and Services (METS) and Construction Services, Australia has world-class capabilities. An unprecedented rise in activity over the last decade has enabled these sectors to thrive - and demand for innovative products and quality services is expected to grow. If you supply goods or services which are part of a final product that is exported, your business may be part of an export supply chain – even if you don’t sell internationally yourself, or deal with the end exporter.

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    Five ways to manage your export cashflow

    13 Jan 2020

    If you’re in the business of exporting, you’ll know that having access to finance is critical – but managing cashflow can sometimes be a challenge. The key to exporting successfully is to understand and manage your risks. That way, you’ll be able to make the most of the opportunities and be on the way to becoming cashflow positive.

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With Export Finance Australia’s support, Inflatable Packers International was able to meet its contracts successfully and continue its international expansion activities.

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Export Finance Australia is Australia’s export credit agency. We provide Australian businesses with finance solutions so they can grow their export business.

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Latest media releases

Australia’s export credit agency, Export Finance Australia, is pleased to announce that its Board has appointed a new CEO and Managing Director, Ms Swati Dave, who will join the organisation on 3 July 2017.

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Government news

JAKARTA — Senior officials representing the Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC), the U.S. Government’s development finance institution, Australia’s Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) and Export Finance Australia, and the Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) this week traveled to Indonesia to explore joint opportunities to support the development of infrastructure in the country and across the Indo-Pacific.

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