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17 June 2020

Trade roundtables discuss road to COVID recovery

Queensland firms in the construction and architecture, food and beverage, and advanced manufacturing and technology sectors gathered recently to plan for post-COVID-19 recovery at a series of trade roundtables convened by TIQ. Read more on the TIQ website

11 June 2020

Trade data: COVID impacts but LNG, beef grow

Queensland’s trade data for the 12 months to the end of April reflects the impacts of COVID-19 and falling resources prices but also shows increases in the value of both LNG and beef exports for the year to date. Read more on the TIQ website

8 June 2020

Register now to go online in China

As COVID-19 highlights the importance of ecommerce worldwide, now is the time for Queensland SMEs to apply to TIQ’s Digital Commerce Accelerator Program and get a springboard into the lucrative Chinese ecommerce market. Read more on the TIQ website

28 May 2020

TIQ helps LTR keep medical supplies flowing

TIQ staff in Brisbane and Singapore sprang into action recently to help client LTR Medical keep their supply chain open so they could deliver critical medical devices to hospitals battling COVID-19. Read more on the TIQ website

25 May 2020

Shop My Town hampers fly into HK market

Gourmet hampers filled with South East Queensland produce have joined the increasing flow of exports out of Toowoomba’s Wellcamp Airport as Asia’s COVID-19 lockdown measures begin to ease. Read more on the TIQ website

21 May 2020

Export Connections: networking and learning online

Southern Queensland businesses can explore future export opportunities and connect with other SMEs during an online workshop on 27 May. Read more on the TIQ website

20 May 2020

Kialla supplies Asia’s lockdown baking boom

Queensland organic grain company Kialla Pure Foods has pivoted from bulk sales to a new focus on the retail market as consumers worldwide embrace a lockdown baking boom. Read more on the TIQ website

19 May 2020

Apply for Go Global grants by 29 May

Businesses have until 29 May to apply to the TIQ Go Global program, which provides export-ready small and medium-sized businesses with financial support to enter a new international market. Read more on the TIQ website

14 May 2020

Exporters express optimism despite COVID-19

Many Queensland exporters are still optimistic despite the challenges of COVID-19, according to intelligence gathered by TIQ as part of regular contact with clients. Read more on the TIQ website

11 May 2020

Scenic Rim exporters go local during COVID-19

Four TIQ clients have jumped on a new sales opportunity in the South East Queensland market while their export sales are disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more on the TIQ website

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