‘Wine Growth Fund’ closes October 5th

Victorian Wineries, take advantage of this dollar for dollar matched funding opportunity. The Victorian government’s ‘Wine growth fund’ aims to develop & sustainably grow the wine industry. Grants are available for businesses to grow in the international market. Grants are available for you to work with us and have your money matched on a $1…

The Queensland Emerging Exporters Program

The City of Gold Coast’s annual Emerging Exporters Program – Driving Export Growth will run this September and October. These four export training and instructional sessions are free for Gold Coast businesses and customised to the needs of participants. Delivered by CVEN, the program is less theory, more instructional ‘how to’ based on current experience. One…

Boost Your Business, Asia Gateway Voucher

Export to Asia – 50k funding opportunity, applications close soon. It’s a great opportunity to work with us (CVEN, your team of export experts) & get up to $50,000 in funding matched by the Victoria Government’s Boost Your Business initiative. The Asia Gateway Program is open to any Victorian small to medium-sized business wishing to seize…

Export Wine to China -South West Victoria

22nd November @ Geelong, CBD – CVEN is pleased to invite you to our next workshop which is designed to provide South West Victorian wineries with informative and practical knowledge of exporting wine to China.

In 2016 CVEN successfully transacted over 160 export shipments and our key presenter Ms. Rofer Yu has over 9 years experience in wine exports. Rofer will offer insights into the Chinese wine market and a number of strategies to successfully engage with this growing key market

Case Study – St Anne’s Winery

Looking to grow their exporting capabilities to take advantage of expanding wine markets in Asia, Victorian wine producer St Anne’s Vineyard turned to the Victorian Government’s Grow Your Business (GYB) program for assistance. The Business St Anne’s Vineyard is a state-of-the-art wine producer, encompassing vineyards in nine locations and producing more than four million litres…

New container weighing rules

From 1 July 2016, the International Maritime Organisation’s Maritime Safety Committee approved amendments which will require that shippers verify the gross container weight prior to shipping. The mis-declaration of a container’s weight occurs often in international shipping and is reported to be as high as 20% of all containers at any given time are mis-declared. Impacts…