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SA exporters use grants to grow market share


Fourteen South Australian exporters and one industry group will share in almost $300,000 to support their marketing and development strategies grow and reach new global markets.

The latest round of the State Government’s Export Partnership Program includes funding for the following businesses:

  • Chalk Hill Wines, McLaren Vale - $10,000
  • Evidence for Exercise (digital resources for healthcare practitioners), Frewville - $10,000
  • Geoff Hardy Wines, McLaren Vale - $17,264
  • Green Frog Systems Pty Ltd (solar lighting), Greenacres - $17,325
  • Hollick Wines, Coonawarra - $8,524
  • Lake Breeze Wines, Langhorne Creek - $40,000
  • Langmeil Winery, Tanunda - $11,000
  • Norseld Pty Ltd (Copper Bromide laser manufacture), Adelaide - $5,750
  • Portia Valley Wines, Beverly - $30,000
  • Bultarra Australian Saltbush Lamb, Port Augusta - $20,000
  • Shingleback Wine, McLaren Vale - $21,737
  • Tim Adams Wines Pty Ltd, Clare - $13,831
  • U Pull It Recycling (scrap metal), Lonsdale - $32,500
  • Wine Architect, Williamstown - $14,020
  • Tourism Barossa, Tanunda - $48,000.

Current and aspiring exporters can apply for funding of up to $50,000 for eligible projects and activities, including researching overseas markets, developing marketing material, participating in international trade shows, trade missions and overseas business programs, and adapting websites for specific international markets.

Since March 2015, the program has seen strong and continuing demand with a total of 409 applications from businesses and industry groups, resulting in more than $4.7 million in funding.

To apply, visit www.statedevelopment.sa.gov.au/EPP.

Image Caption: The Export Partnership Program provides funding assistance for small and medium-sized businesses to access new global markets.

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