Agriculture Victoria, through its Pathways to Export program, is pleased to invite you to attend our upcoming three-part immersive educational series to learn about global market opportunities for food and fibre products, focussing on the China market.
The Pathways to Export program is a four-year, $5 million commitment to support emerging and small-medium agri-food exporters enter and diversify into new markets. It provides Victorian businesses with tailored in-market support through a network of Specialists on-the-ground in key global regions, capability development across a range of business support services and the collation and dissemination of market intelligence within a harmonised Export Hub.
A virtual event hosted by Agriculture Victoria, this series will focus on the Victorian Government’s Food and Fibre Trade Pavilion in Shanghai, China (Vic House) which is providing Victorian businesses with an innovative and unique opportunity to trial, validate products and connect with qualified Chinese buyers.
Hear from the Victorian Government’s Deputy Trade Commissioner to China and key in-market experts who will help you gain a deeper understanding of international market dynamics and what support is available to assist your international trade journey.
Pathways to Export Introduction and Vic House Promotion (Part 1)
Learn about the Pathways to Export program’s tailored support offerings for emerging and small-medium agri-food exporters and the innovative Food and Fibre Trade Pavilion (Vic House) in China.
Date: Wednesday 23rd of March 2022
Time: 2:00pm – 3:00pm AEDT
Location: Virtual (Microsoft Teams)
We will be joined by:
• Nick Henderson, Deputy Trade Commissioner to China, Global Victoria
• Davis Xu, Senior Agriculture Affairs Manager, Agriculture Victoria
• Will Dalton, Manager Pathways to Export, Agriculture Victoria
Registrations are essential to access the session.