Employers and Manufacturers Association (EMA) Northern - ExportNZ


Connect with exporters, new markets and experienced operators – and help your business grow globally.

Our ExportNZ programme provides training and support for companies thinking about international business, and export services for those already trading in overseas markets.   We keep you up to date with regular networking functions, updates on new trade agreements and market developments, and opportunities to engage with government ministers and international delegations.  We’ll take you with us on trade missions, help promote you in our annual Export Awards and make sure you are aware of trade shows, sister city activities and many other international opportunities.
Importantly, we will take a stand on matters that are critical for your business.  We know that issues like off-shore demand, assistance for market development, price competitiveness, regulatory barriers and compliance are important to you.  We work with government every day to ensure that these issues are actively dealt with, and we can also act on behalf of individual companies by using our links and relationships with officials and government to help support and grow your global business.
For more information and specialised services regarding exporting simply go to our website, www.exportnz.org.nz

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