Export Recovery Package
Global Victoria Trade Alliance
Forging new pathways for Victorian exports
The $4.7 million Global Victoria Trade Alliance (Alliance) program aims to help Victorian exporters adapt their export strategies to respond to the rapidly changing global market conditions by:
- connecting them to new markets
- helping them adapt their export strategies
- helping them remain globally competitive.
Through a partnership model with 29 international chambers of commerce, peak industry bodies and business associations, the Alliance offers exporters tailored training, networking and engagement opportunities through events, virtual trade missions and webinars.
The program will play a critical role in Victoria's export ecosystem by supporting businesses to leverage the in-market expertise of Victoria’s network of 23 international trade and investment offices, as well as helping them adapt their business models and supply chain operations to better respond to global impacts by piloting new and innovative solutions for getting products to market.
The Global Gateway program is supporting established Victorian exporters to stabilise their business and adapt their export strategies in response to the challenges created by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Find out more.
Applications for the Global Gateway program have now closed.
Virtual Trade Missions
Global Victoria is delivering a suite of Virtual Trade Missions (VTMs) in 2020/21 to connect businesses to global opportunities and help them conduct their international business across digital platforms.
Find a Virtual Trade Mission to help your business go global.
At Global Victoria, we’re always looking for new and innovative ways to help Victorian businesses go global.
The eCommerce program is providing Victorian businesses with opportunities to increase their export potential by engaging an eCommerce platform such as Alibaba in China and through eCommerce channels in other international markets. Learn more
About the Export Recovery Package
On 13 September 2020, the Victorian Government announced a $15.7 million export recovery package to address logistics and supply chain issues caused by the pandemic, and establish new export channels.
Businesses will be connected to international markets through virtual trade missions as well as assistance to adapt their export strategies to respond to the rapidly changing global market.