Government’s principal financial assistance program for aspiring
and current exporters.
small and medium size business to develop export markets.
Reimburses up to
50% of expenses incurred on eligible export promotional
activities, less a threshold.
Provides up to
eight grants to each eligible applicant.
made in Australia;
outside Australia where Australia would derive a significant net
benefit from its sale overseas;
all services except
those specified as ineligible in the EMDG regulations;
an event held in
property right that mainly resulted from work done in Australia;
was owned, assigned or first used in Australia;
mainly resulted from work done in Australia.
supports six Categories
of Export Market Promotional Activities
representation and Marketing Consultants;
in-store promotions, international forums, private exhibitions,
seminars and similar promotional events;
Promotional literature and other advertising
Recent Changes to EMDG
allowance to be increased to $350 per day;
representation will be capped at $200,000 per annum;
Marketing Consultants will be capped at $50,000 per annum;
Increase the turnover limit from $30m to $50m; and
Reintroduction of the export performance measure.