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2019 SCSE Brochure

2019 SCSE Brochure

  • TYPE: application/pdf
  • SIZE: 9.5 MB
  • LAST UPDATED: 12 December 2018

Advancing Trade and Investment: Queensland Trade and Investment Strategy 2017–2022

Advancing Trade and Investment: Queensland Trade and Investment Strategy 2017–2022

  • TYPE: application/pdf
  • SIZE: 3.5 MB
  • LAST UPDATED: 17 April 2017

The Queensland Trade and Investment Strategy 2017–2022 (the Strategy) is a plan for cooperation between governments, business, educational institutions and local councils to create jobs for Queenslanders.

It aims to use Queensland’s natural and acquired strengths to tap into the immense opportunities being created by expanding international markets.

Alex Pessagno, Trade and Investment Commissioner, Latin America

Alex Pessagno, Trade and Investment Commissioner, Latin America

  • TYPE: application/pdf
  • SIZE: 1.1 MB
  • LAST UPDATED: 16 February 2017

Alex Pessagno was appointed as the Trade and Investment Commissioner for Latin America in February 2014. Trade and Investment Queensland’s representative office is based in Santiago, Chile and works across Latin America with a focus on the Chile, Brazil, Colombia and Peru markets.

Brett Tucker, Principal Trade and Investment Officer, Wide Bay–Burnett

Brett Tucker, Principal Trade and Investment Officer, Wide Bay–Burnett

  • TYPE: application/pdf
  • SIZE: 0.3 MB
  • LAST UPDATED: 27 January 2017

Brett is an experienced Trade Advisor who has served throughout regional Queensland and worked in a diverse range of regional economies.

Business Grants and Assistance For Queensland SMEs - Factsheet

Business Grants and Assistance For Queensland SMEs - Factsheet

  • TYPE: application/pdf
  • SIZE: 0.4 MB
  • LAST UPDATED: 19 July 2018

Queensland, Australian and local governments offer a range of support and assistance to new and established businesses to help you grow and succeed. The following services, grants and assistance are available to Queensland SMEs to grow exports and attract investment.

CHAFTA - 4 Steps For Your Business

CHAFTA - 4 Steps For Your Business

  • TYPE: application/pdf
  • SIZE: 0.8 MB
  • LAST UPDATED: 26 August 2016

1. Identify the customs tariff code for your goods
2. Identify the lower (preferential) duty rates for your goods
3. Determine eligibility for the goods you produce – only goods produced in Australia or China are eligible for preferential tariff treatment under ChAFTA
4. Certify the origin of your goods to ensure that you get the lower tariff rate

China Market Overview

China Market Overview

  • TYPE: application/pdf
  • SIZE: 1.3 MB
  • LAST UPDATED: 29 November 2016

Export market overview and commissioner profile for China

China-Australia Free Trade Agreement

China-Australia Free Trade Agreement

  • TYPE: application/pdf
  • SIZE: 2.1 MB
  • LAST UPDATED: 26 August 2016

The China-Australia Free Trade Agreement (ChAFTA) entered into force on 20 December 2015. This first free trade agreement (FTA) gives Australia a significant advantage in its trade relationship with China, now the world’s largest economy. The potential benefits for Queensland will be substantial across the key industries of agriculture, agribusiness, mining, manufacturing and a wide range of services.

Daniel Kim, Trade and Investment Commissioner, Korea

Daniel Kim, Trade and Investment Commissioner, Korea

  • TYPE: application/pdf
  • SIZE: 1.1 MB
  • LAST UPDATED: 15 February 2017

Daniel has more than 15 years experience advising a broad range of Asian strategic and financial investors plan, execute and achieve their strategic and commercial objectives in Australia. Daniel has also advised a number of Australian based corporate, SME and government clients identify and capitalise on opportunities arising in and from Asia.

Deloitte Analysis of Queensland International Education and Training Sector

Deloitte Analysis of Queensland International Education and Training Sector

  • TYPE: application/pdf
  • SIZE: 2.1 MB
  • LAST UPDATED: 26 August 2016

Draft Strategy for International Education and Training in Queensland

Diane Anstee, TradeStart Advisor Wide Bay–Burnett

Diane Anstee, TradeStart Advisor Wide Bay–Burnett

  • TYPE: application/pdf
  • SIZE: 0.3 MB
  • LAST UPDATED: 27 January 2017

Diane’s professional background includes the tertiary education sector and significant experience working in state and local government roles. This experience includes program development and review as well as service delivery.

Donna Massie, Trade and Investment Commissioner, Middle East

Donna Massie, Trade and Investment Commissioner, Middle East

  • TYPE: application/pdf
  • SIZE: 1.1 MB
  • LAST UPDATED: 16 February 2017

Trade and Investment Queensland’s office in Abu Dhabi is headed up by the Commissioner to the Middle East, Donna Massie who commenced her role in September 2013. Donna has lived and worked in the Middle East for 24 years. Donna was Vice Chair of the West Australian chapter of the Australian Arab Chamber of Commerce and Industry from 2008-2009 and was also their representative to the Gulf Cooperation Council from 2009-2013.

Education Market Briefing - China

Education Market Briefing - China

  • TYPE: application/pdf
  • SIZE: 1.2 MB
  • LAST UPDATED: 8 April 2016

Overview of opportunities in the Education and Training sector in China

Education Market Briefing - Hong Kong and Macau

Education Market Briefing - Hong Kong and Macau

  • TYPE: application/pdf
  • SIZE: 1.4 MB
  • LAST UPDATED: 8 April 2016

Overview of opportunities in the Education and Training sector in Hong Kong and Macau.

Education Market Briefing - Indonesia

Education Market Briefing - Indonesia

  • TYPE: application/pdf
  • SIZE: 1.0 MB
  • LAST UPDATED: 8 April 2016

Overview of opportunities in the Education and Training sector in Indonesia

Education Market Briefing - Japan

Education Market Briefing - Japan

  • TYPE: application/pdf
  • SIZE: 1.7 MB
  • LAST UPDATED: 5 September 2016

Overview of opportunities in the Education and Training sector in Japan.

Education Market Briefing - Korea

Education Market Briefing - Korea

  • TYPE: application/pdf
  • SIZE: 1.2 MB
  • LAST UPDATED: 8 April 2016

Overview of opportunities in the Education and Training sector in Hong Kong and Macau.

Education Market Briefing - Latin America

Education Market Briefing - Latin America

  • TYPE: application/pdf
  • SIZE: 0.8 MB
  • LAST UPDATED: 5 September 2016

Overview of opportunities in the Education and Training sector in Latin America.

Education Market Briefing - Middle East and North Africa

Education Market Briefing - Middle East and North Africa

  • TYPE: application/pdf
  • SIZE: 0.8 MB
  • LAST UPDATED: 5 September 2016

Overview of opportunities in the Education and Training sector in the Middle east and North Africa

Education Market Briefing - South Asia

Education Market Briefing - South Asia

  • TYPE: application/pdf
  • SIZE: 0.9 MB
  • LAST UPDATED: 5 September 2016

Overview of opportunities in the Education and Training sector in South Asia.

Education Market Briefing - Taiwan

Education Market Briefing - Taiwan

  • TYPE: application/pdf
  • SIZE: 0.6 MB
  • LAST UPDATED: 8 April 2016

Overview of opportunities in the Education and Training sector in Taiwan.

Education Market Briefing – Europe, CIS and Sub-Saharan Africa

Education Market Briefing – Europe, CIS and Sub-Saharan Africa

  • TYPE: application/pdf
  • SIZE: 0.6 MB
  • LAST UPDATED: 8 April 2016

Overview of opportunities in the Education and Training sector in Europe, Commonwealth of Independent States and Sub-Saharan Africa

English Language Intensive Courses for Overseas Students

English Language Intensive Courses for Overseas Students

  • TYPE: application/pdf
  • SIZE: 3.0 MB
  • LAST UPDATED: 7 September 2016

Queensland has world-class education and training providers at scenic locations from cities to country towns to the beach. You’ll feel at home in Queensland’s safe, vibrant and relaxed environment. Queensland delivers an abundance of study, lifestyle and work advantages to international students, making it the ideal place to study.

Europe Market Overview

Europe Market Overview

  • TYPE: application/pdf
  • SIZE: 1.3 MB
  • LAST UPDATED: 30 September 2016

Europe's export market overview and commissioner profile

Excellence in Research Study Guide

Excellence in Research Study Guide

  • TYPE: application/pdf
  • SIZE: 4.5 MB
  • LAST UPDATED: 7 September 2016

Queensland has world-class education and training providers at scenic locations from cities to country towns to the beach. You’ll feel at home in Queensland’s safe, vibrant and relaxed environment. Queensland delivers an abundance of study, lifestyle and work advantages to international students, making it the ideal place to study.

Export Awards Applicant Directory 2016

Export Awards Applicant Directory 2016

  • TYPE: application/pdf
  • SIZE: 0.9 MB
  • LAST UPDATED: 27 October 2016

Directory of Queensland exporters who applied for the prestigious Premier of Queensland's Export Awards in 2016.

Gitesh Agarwal, Trade and Investment Commissioner for India

Gitesh Agarwal, Trade and Investment Commissioner for India

  • TYPE: application/pdf
  • SIZE: 1.1 MB
  • LAST UPDATED: 20 December 2017

Gitesh has more than 19 years’ experience in international business, including executive roles in the private sector and a decade as a trade and investment advisor for Austrade.

Hong Kong Market Overview

Hong Kong Market Overview

  • TYPE: application/pdf
  • SIZE: 1.3 MB
  • LAST UPDATED: 10 February 2017

Export market overview and commissioner profile for Hong Kong

Howard Hayes, TradeStart Advisor Mackay, Isaac and Whitsunday Region

Howard Hayes, TradeStart Advisor Mackay, Isaac and Whitsunday Region

  • TYPE: application/pdf
  • SIZE: 0.3 MB
  • LAST UPDATED: 27 January 2017

Howard started as TradeStart Advisor Mackay in February 2011. Prior to this, he held senior management positions in the retail, finance and insurance sectors. The last 10 years has seen Howard be closely involved with a range of industry sectors through his business advisory role with State Development and as a self-employed business advisor.

IET Partnership Fund Pilot Round Guidelines 2016-2017

IET Partnership Fund Pilot Round Guidelines 2016-2017

  • TYPE: application/pdf
  • SIZE: 0.8 MB
  • LAST UPDATED: 9 February 2017

The Queensland International Education and Training Partnership Fund (IET Partnership Fund) is a key enabling initiative within the Strategy and offers $1.2 million annually to fund eligible consortia to deliver projects aligned with the Strategy goals and leverage greater investment across the sector.

IET Partnership Plan Brochure

IET Partnership Plan Brochure

  • TYPE: application/pdf
  • SIZE: 4.5 MB
  • LAST UPDATED: 24 January 2017

Partnership and promotional activities for Queensland’s International Education and Training industry

IET Summit Communique 2017

IET Summit Communique 2017

  • TYPE: application/pdf
  • SIZE: 1.2 MB
  • LAST UPDATED: 1 August 2017

Report of the inaugural International Education and Training (IET) Summit at the Gold Coast on Tuesday 28 March 2017. The Summit is one of the three enabling initiatives under the International Education and Training Strategy to Advance Queensland 2016-2026.

India market overview

India market overview

  • TYPE: application/pdf
  • SIZE: 1.3 MB
  • LAST UPDATED: 15 February 2017

Export market overview and commissioner profile in India

Indonesia Market Overview

Indonesia Market Overview

  • TYPE: application/pdf
  • SIZE: 1.3 MB
  • LAST UPDATED: 15 February 2017

Export market overview and commissioner profile for Indonesia

International Education and Training in Queensland Snapshot

International Education and Training in Queensland Snapshot

  • TYPE: application/pdf
  • SIZE: 0.2 MB
  • LAST UPDATED: 26 August 2016

Snapshot of Strategy for International Education and Training in Queensland

International Education and Training in Queensland Snapshot

International Education and Training in Queensland Snapshot

  • TYPE: application/pdf
  • SIZE: 1.4 MB
  • LAST UPDATED: 9 November 2016

Overview of the core focus of the International Education and Training Strategy to Advance Queensland 2016-2026

International Education Training Strategy to Advance Queensland 2016-2026

International Education Training Strategy to Advance Queensland 2016-2026

  • TYPE: application/pdf
  • SIZE: 6.3 MB
  • LAST UPDATED: 9 November 2016

The Strategy details 36 specific initiatives aimed at supporting international education and training in Queensland. The strategy is supported by $25.3 million over the next five years.

The Strategy is built around four strategic imperatives:
• Promoting Queensland internationally
• Enhancing the student experience
• Strengthening the regions, and
• Connecting the industry.

Investing in Queensland’s Bio-industries

Investing in Queensland’s Bio-industries

  • TYPE: application/pdf
  • SIZE: 1.0 MB
  • LAST UPDATED: 8 April 2016

Queensland is an ideal destination for investment in biofuels and bio-based product sectors, having capabilities in research, development, piloting and manufacturing renewable fuels and bio-based chemicals.

Investment Opportunities for Queensland’s Natural Resources

Investment Opportunities for Queensland’s Natural Resources

  • TYPE: application/pdf
  • SIZE: 0.5 MB
  • LAST UPDATED: 8 April 2016

This publication was produced prior to the current government.
Queensland offers world-standard natural resources and large areas of underexplored land, providing investment opportunities in existing projects as well as new projects and commodities. The Queensland Government actively encourages investment in the resources sector. The sector is supported by high quality rail, port and utility infrastructure, which is expanding to meet increasing demand.

Investment Opportunities in Queensland Life Science

Investment Opportunities in Queensland Life Science

  • TYPE: application/pdf
  • SIZE: 0.5 MB
  • LAST UPDATED: 8 April 2016

This publication was produced prior to the current government.
Queensland has dynamic research institutes, access to impressive research skills, government support and world class infrastructure, which has contributed to the development of breakthrough technologies. In 2011, Queensland’s life sciences industry employed more than 14,000 people and invested A$650 million in research and development (R&D).

Japan Australia Economic Partnership Agreement

Japan Australia Economic Partnership Agreement

  • TYPE: application/pdf
  • SIZE: 0.5 MB
  • LAST UPDATED: 26 August 2016

This publication was produced prior to the current government
The Japan-Australia Economic Partnership Agreement (JAEPA) entered into force on 15 January 2015. Japan is the world’s third largest global economy and has a significant and long standing trade relationship with Queensland. It is Queensland’s second largest trading partner, with merchandise exports valued at $8.8 billion or almost 20% of Queensland’s total exports.

Japan Market Overview

Japan Market Overview

  • TYPE: application/pdf
  • SIZE: 1.3 MB
  • LAST UPDATED: 15 February 2017

Export market overview and commissioner profile in Japan

John Osborn, Trade and Investment Commissioner, Singapore

John Osborn, Trade and Investment Commissioner, Singapore

  • TYPE: application/pdf
  • SIZE: 1.1 MB
  • LAST UPDATED: 16 February 2017

John Osborn was appointed as the Queensland Government Director, International Business for Singapore in December 2016. He represents the state of Queensland in Singapore with a primary focus on the promotion of trade and investment between Singapore and Queensland.

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Julie Mark, Principal Trade and Investment Officer, Ipswich Region

Julie Mark, Principal Trade and Investment Officer, Ipswich Region

  • TYPE: application/pdf
  • SIZE: 0.3 MB
  • LAST UPDATED: 24 October 2017

Julie Mark is an experienced trade and investment officer who has worked in various trade development roles for the Queensland Government for the past 10 years.

Julie-Anne Nichols, Trade and Investment Commissioner Hong Kong

Julie-Anne Nichols, Trade and Investment Commissioner Hong Kong

  • TYPE: application/pdf
  • SIZE: 1.1 MB
  • LAST UPDATED: 10 February 2017

Ms Nichols has held a range of Australia and Asia-based private and public positions. Over the past decade, her career has focussed on international trade promotion and facilitation, working for State and Federal-level Australian government agencies in Australia, Greater China and South East Asia.

Korea Market Overview

Korea Market Overview

  • TYPE: application/pdf
  • SIZE: 1.3 MB
  • LAST UPDATED: 30 September 2016

Export market overview and commissioner profile for Korea

Korea-Australia Free Trade Agreement

Korea-Australia Free Trade Agreement

  • TYPE: application/pdf
  • SIZE: 0.5 MB
  • LAST UPDATED: 26 August 2016

This publication was produced prior to the current government
The Korea-Australia Free Trade Agreement (KAFTA) entered into force on 12 December 2014. The Republic of Korea is the world’s twelfth largest economy and fourth largest in Asia. It is Queensland’s third largest merchandise trading partner with exports valued at $4.7 billion or about 10% of Queensland’s total merchandise exports.

Latin America Market Overview

Latin America Market Overview

  • TYPE: application/pdf
  • SIZE: 1.3 MB
  • LAST UPDATED: 30 September 2016

Export market overview and commissioner profile in Latin America

Linda Apelt, Agent-General for Queensland Queensland Trade and Investment Commissioner – Europe

Linda Apelt, Agent-General for Queensland Queensland Trade and Investment Commissioner – Europe

  • TYPE: application/pdf
  • SIZE: 1.1 MB
  • LAST UPDATED: 20 December 2017

Linda has a wealth of experience in senior leadership, policy development, service delivery, and stakeholder engagement, in both the public and private sectors. As a former long-serving director-general with the Queensland Government, she oversaw enhanced service delivery across a range of portfolios, including education, health, housing, community services, Indigenous policy and the arts.

Map Of North Queensland - Primary resources, Infrastructure And Investment

Map Of North Queensland - Primary resources, Infrastructure And Investment

  • TYPE: application/pdf
  • SIZE: 1.2 MB
  • LAST UPDATED: 16 February 2017

Map of North Queensland, Australia - Showing location of primary resources, infrastructure and investment

Marcia Hoffmann, Deputy CEO, Trade and Investment Queensland

Marcia Hoffmann, Deputy CEO, Trade and Investment Queensland

  • TYPE: application/pdf
  • SIZE: 0.3 MB
  • LAST UPDATED: 30 October 2017

Marcia has had a long career in executive management in both central and line agencies in Federal, State and
Territory jurisdictions.

Market Profile  Scenic Rim

Market Profile Scenic Rim

  • TYPE: application/pdf
  • SIZE: 1.1 MB
  • LAST UPDATED: 24 October 2017

The Scenic Rim region is located about one hour’s drive south of Brisbane CBD and west of the Gold Coast.

Market Profile Central Queensland

Market Profile Central Queensland

  • TYPE: application/pdf
  • SIZE: 1.1 MB
  • LAST UPDATED: 13 December 2016

Rockhampton is globally-recognised as the economic heart of Central Queensland. Located on the Tropic of Capricorn about 600 kilometres north of Brisbane CBD, the region has a population of 83,000. The region has a prosperous economy driven by its central location along major north, south and west transport and freight infrastructure routes, and proximity to major mining and resource development.

Market Profile Darling Downs

Market Profile Darling Downs

  • TYPE: application/pdf
  • SIZE: 0.5 MB
  • LAST UPDATED: 5 June 2018

Located within Queensland’s Darling Downs, 125km west of Brisbane, Toowoomba and the surrounding region are recognised as Australia’s second-largest agricultural production area.

Market Profile Far North Queensland

Market Profile Far North Queensland

  • TYPE: application/pdf
  • SIZE: 1.1 MB
  • LAST UPDATED: 13 December 2016

Far North Queensland encompasses Australia’s north-eastern corner west to the Northern Territory border. Its four regions are known as: The Wet Tropics; The Atherton Tablelands; The Gulf; Cape York. The region is renowned for its sugar, beef, fishing, fruit and tourism industries.

Market Profile Ipswich Region

Market Profile Ipswich Region

  • TYPE: application/pdf
  • SIZE: 1.8 MB
  • LAST UPDATED: 24 October 2017

A population of around 200,000 that is predicted to more than double by 2031, Ipswich covers approximately 1090 square kilometres, located about 40 kilometres south-west of the Brisbane CBD.

Market Profile Lockyer Valley