NSW Going Global: Grow your Tech business to Vietnam/Singapore

08.09.2020 Export Council of Australia

This information session will provide details about the Tech export programs to Vietnam and Singapore so you can prepare your application.

About this Event

Hear more about opportunities for exporting Technology to Vietnam (Fintech, Cybersecurity and Digital Health) and/or Singapore (Regtech, Medtech and Cybersecurity) As part of Going Global, the NSW Government invites expressions of interest from NSW Technology businesses to participate in our program to gain better access to key markets.
Target audience - NSW businesses who are:
  • Small and medium enterprises (SMEs)
  • Export-capable or market-ready
  • Looking to start exporting or diversify into new export markets
  • Able to commit time and resources to complete a 10-month program  
  • Willing and able to travel to Sydney for workshops and program events as may be required and to the selected market in 2021 should border restrictions be eased. The majority of the Program will be delivered online due to COVID-19 restrictions 
  • Committed to adapting a product or services to ensure suitability for the targeted export market.
Whether you have applied already, or are simply curious about the program - everyone is welcome to attend
The information session will cover:
  • Export opportunities and trends for the NSW Technology industry including Fintech, Cybersecurity, Regtech, Digital Health, Medtech
  • Insights on which market(s) could be the best for your business.
  • Q&A discussion about the program.
Discussion will be led by NSW Treasury plus 2 representatives from the Australian Trade and Investment Commission (Austrade):
  • Mr Shannon Leahy, Trade Commissioner, Hanoi
  • Mr Stephen Skulley, Senior Trade and Investment Commissioner, Singapore
About the NSW Going Global Program
The program has been designed specifically to help NSW exporters to expand internationally. To see the brochure or learn more about the 15 tailored programs covering nine markets and ten sectors, visit the Going Global website
Next steps
Following this information session, applicants will be encouraged to submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) and an export plan , which will be used to assess readiness and suitability.
Apply via the Going Global website by 30 September 2020.
A selection process will identify the companies who will be invited to participate in up to two programs. The number of companies on each program will be capped at 12 to allow businesses to receive assistance tailored to their unique business needs.
More information
Visit :
Read: NSW Going Global Program brochure

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