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Export Capability Building Program

NSW’s Export Capability Building Program supports NSW businesses seeking to initiate or enhance their export capability through a series of online and in-person workshops. We offer foundational workshops that cover export fundamentals and specialist sector/market workshops for businesses looking to enhance their performance or enter a new export market.  

Upcoming events

Foundational workshops

Investment NSW is partnering with the Export Council of Australia to deliver a series of in-person foundational exporting workshops across regional NSW and Sydney. These workshops are designed to enhance your export knowledge and export-readiness and cover the essential skills required to be a successful exporter. 

Places are allocated on a first-in first served basis. Register now to secure a spot in your preferred workshop.  

  • Growing your Exports South Eastern NSW, Goulburn, 25 July 2024 - Register now External Link
  • Growing your Exports Northern NSW, Tweed, 25 June 2024 - Register nowExternal Link
  • Growing your Exports, for wineries and other local businesses, Central and Western NSW, Orange, 3 July 2024 - Register nowExternal Link
  • Growing your Exports, for wineries and other local businesses, Hunter and New England, February 2025 - Contact us
  • Growing your Exports, for wineries and other local businesses, Riverina Region, March 2025 - Contact us

Specialist workshops

Past events

  • Exporting to ASEAN markets - Sydney, 11 March 2024 
  • Cleantech to Singapore - Sydney, March 2024 
  • Growing your Exports - Angus Breeders, Orange, April 2024 
  • Exporting to South Korea, online, 30 April 2024 
  • Edtech to the USA and UK, May 2024
  • Exporting to Thailand, online, 15 May 2024
  • Growing your Exports Parramatta, 21 May 2024
  • E-commerce to Japan, online, 22 May 2024
  • Growing your Exports - Angus Breeders, Albury, 22 May 2024
  • Growing your Exports Central Coast, on 30 May 2024
  • Growing your Exports South Western NSW, Griffith, 5 June 2024