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You have the right product & paperwork. So why is your business not making progress in Asia?

For many on the export journey the to-do list seems clear. It means items such as understanding the consumer need and price point, meeting the regulations, getting the paperwork right and and having a logistics pathway.   Cultural understanding has got to be on that to-do list as well. And that means more than knowing …

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Struggling to understand RCEP

Maybe like a lot of people, when news hits about agreements like the RCEP (which I honestly had to Google), IA-CEPA or Indonesia’s new Omnibus Law, I struggle to figure out their relevance and real-world impact.

Selling Dumplings to Asia

Starting with a trip to the Granny’s Food factory in Dandenong, General Manager Tatiana Kuzokova reveals the challenges of selling dumplings in Asian markets. Her story unfolds her experience from cooking in her mother’s kitchen to a multinational expansion.

Now’s the time for agriculture to tap into its networks

There are several measures a food business can take to help manage the impact of COVID-19, but overall they need to be proactive. That’s according to Michael Rogers, CEO of the Australian Fresh Produce Alliance, who said the smart companies are questioning how they can best position themselves to operate in an uncertain environment and take advantage of new opportunities.