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A Treadstone Introduction to Austrade’s Export Marketing Development Grants for Australian Businesses – Webinar and Networking Event

Thursday, April 14, 2016


The Australian Furniture Association invites you to the next in a series of Webinars and Workshops.

Together with our partners at Treadstone, the AFA invites you to attend in person or participate in this webinar information session on Austrade’s Export Market Development Grant.

This grant provides a rebate to all eligible Australian companies that want to grow their overseas customer base. The grant provides a cash rebate of up to $150,000 per year per applicant.

Despite the grant being in existence for 40 years, many businesses don’t know they could be eligible or find that they don’t get 100% of their expected rebate due to insufficient or inaccurate supporting documentation.

Treadstone has been helping Australian Exporters maximize their EMDG grants since 2007. Their long list of clients ranges from manufacturers to IT developers, food wholesalers to designers.

In this session Treadstone’s specialists will cover what you can and can’t claim and how to set up frameworks for good documentation. They will also provide tips on how you can use EMDG to accelerate your overseas growth.

This session is specifically designed for business owners and entrepreneurs who don’t have time to sift through the legislation but want to access grant funding for growth.

This event is both accessible via Webinar and in person. To reserve your place RSVP by clicking the Attend Event button where you will be sent the details for your attendance or Webinar login.

Date: Tuesday 19th April 2016

Venue: Aitken Partners Level 28/140 William Street, Melbourne VIC 3000

Time: 2:30pm – 3:30pm

Cost: AFA Members – Free
 Non AFA Members - $95

To register visit

Presenter: Diana Karambalis

Diana is an EMDG consultant at Treadstone, a leading independent grants consulting business based in Melbourne, Australia. 2016 will mark her third year assisting over 100 clients successfully access the EMDG scheme. She has worked with a range of industries including manufacturers, IT, primary producers, musicians, professional service providers, textile and production companies.

This session will be immediately followed by a session on Marketing for International Markets presented by Mary Maksemos of Mary Maksemos Design.


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