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  1. Parliamentary Secretary to the Premier and Treasurer Jonathan O’Dea MP at Korea-NSW business forum.

    NSW export excellence on show

    The NSW Government and principal partner The Export Council of Australia (ECA) have announced the finalists of the 2018 Premier’s NSW Export Awards.

  2. Parliamentary Secretary to the Premier and Treasurer Jonathan O’Dea MP at Korea-NSW business forum.

    Korea-NSW business forum

    More than 120 NSW and Korean business representatives attended the 2018 Korea-NSW Business Forum in Sydney today.

  3. 2018 Premiers Export Awards logo

    2018 Premier's NSW Export Awards now open

    Businesses selling goods and services overseas are urged to get their nominations in for the 2018 Premier’s NSW Export Awards which are open until 17 August.

  4. Sean Ashby, founder aussieBum

    Have a crack at exporting: aussieBum

    With just two per cent of small businesses currently exporting, Leichhardt underwear and swimwear company aussieBum says its time more had a crack.

  5. ASEAN logo

    Export workshops for Tamworth and Riverina businesses

    Tamworth and Riverina businesses are invited to attend free NSW Government workshops on Tuesday (20 March) and Wednesday (21 March) on how to tap into international sales in the ASEAN region.

  6. Man swimming

    NSW exporter aussieBum judged among the nation's best at Australian Export Awards

    Leichhardt company aussieBum has been judged among the nation’s best exporters at the 2017 55th Australian Export Awards.

  7. Shipping container and an airplane

    Lismore export workshop supports North Coast businesses

    North Coast businesses interested in learning more about exporting were invited to attend a free workshop in Lismore today.

  8. Three people having a meeting

    NSW companies secure export agreements with Chinese partners

    Five NSW business organisations have signed agreements with Chinese partners to boost NSW exports to China including healthy snack bars, environmentally friendly cleaning products, premium wines, and bottled water and gourmet foods.

  9. Souhel Khanania, IET founder and Stuart Ayres

    Western Sydney businesses take on the world

    Mexicans know a thing or two about corn chips, but Industrial Engineering Technology based in Penrith in Sydney’s West is teaching them a few new tricks about baking them.

  10. Group of  international students in a classroom

    International students favour NSW

    NSW remains the top-choice study destination in Australia for international students.