Success stories and case studies
Chinese banks choose NSW
The top five Chinese banks all set up their Australian headquarters in Sydney. The NSW Government provides assistance to financial institutions considering investing in Sydney, the financial capital of Australia.
The Sydney office serves as headquarters for Huawei's business across Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands.
Industrial and Commercial Bank of China
With the establishment of an operation in Sydney, ICBC group is able to bridge the gap between the Australian financial market and the Chinese market for both its Chinese and Australian customers.
With the help of the NSW Government, Norco expanded its ice cream production facilities to grow domestic and export markets for manufactured dairy products. The department also worked with Norco on its market entry strategy for China.
Richmond Dairies is a high-tech food production company, highly regarded for its expertise in producing frozen and powdered milk products. The NSW Government provided financial assistance to help it upgrade its waste management systems.
Southern Cotton's new cotton gin in the Murrumbidgee Valley brings the latest technology to southern NSW. The NSW Government provided financial assistance to upgrade electricity infrastructure in the region
The Doolans Group of companies is taking advantage of good transport links in regional NSW. The NSW Government assisted through a regional business expansion program to help as it scaled-up production.
Winner of the 2009 NSW Exporter of the Year award, MSM Milling employs 40 people in a $17 million processing and packaging plant. The NSW Government has worked closely with MSM Milling, connecting it with export opportunities and with introductions to potential partners.
In March 2012, Rackspace established a data centre in Sydney due to the large number of established multinationals and a highly-skilled workforce. The NSW Government assisted with information on the local economy and government programs supporting investment in NSW.
In less than two years this Sydney-based start-up has attracted prestigious international recognition for its innovative real-time customer engagement platform, MeTag. The NSW Government assisted the company through several business development programs.