Assistance with Export Market Development Grants

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We assist Australian Wine businesses secure Export Market Development Grants (EMDG). It’s our business, to help your business.

Since 2002 we have done just that for hundreds of Australian Exporters raising many millions of dollars. During that time, we achieved Austrade Approved status in recognition of our experience, expertise, and accuracy. (Austrade Approved Status for EMDG Consultants has ceased as from EOFY 21) The EMDG Scheme has changed to a Commonwealth Grant Program format as from 01 July FY 22

OUR SERVICE: Now as before we guide our clients through each Step of the (NEW) EMDG Rules & Guidelines, we assess your eligibility, prepare your EMDG application in the correct manner & form, including assistance with your planned expense budget forecasting, your Plan to Market & relevant application supporting documentation. We will represent you with regard to your EMDG interactions with Austrade ensuring you understand your Grant Agreement compliance requirements including informing you of the requirements relating to the provision of appropriate documentation in support of your milestone payments including how to avoid common 'traps' . We will get you your full grant entitlement with a minimum of fuss.

Our Australian wine industry clients have included Kangarilla Road - Ballast Stone - Bleasdale - Paulett - DogRidge – Primo Estate - Kirrihill - Pertaringa - K1/GMH - Wine Grapes Australia - Barristers Block - Caudo Wines - Heath Wines - Bowen Estate - Heathvale - Hugh Hamilton - Linfield Wines - Longview - Padthaway Block 1 - Landaire Wines - Neagles Rock - Peter Rumball Wines- Setanta Wines... et al.

We work on a 10% success fee basis – that’s a good deal ! Additional fees may apply depending on your circumstances and are subject to negotiation.

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EMDG Consulting
National - Australia

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Contact Name: John Taylor


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