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AUSTRALIAN MADE HELPING TO CONNECT BUSINESS WITH BUSINESS

16-04-2015
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The Australian Made Campaign has launched the ‘Australian Made Business-to-Business (B2B) Portal’ ― an interactive resource hub for Australian businesses.

The portal can be used to search for certified Australian Made products with a B2B application and access exclusive business opportunities available only to Australian manufacturers and growers.

The centrepiece of the Australian Made B2B Portal is an online connection point for buyers and suppliers of Australian products.

Powered by Industry Capability Network (ICN) Gateway, it will enable suppliers to search for project opportunities and register their company's interest in just a few easy steps. It also offers a sophisticated supplier search functionality for procurement professionals and project managers.

“The Australian Made B2B Portal will link manufacturers with major projects opportunities while also providing access to a range of useful initiatives to help sell their genuine Aussie products,” said Australian Made Campaign Chief Executive, Ian Harrison.

“We know Australian growers and manufacturers are ready and willing to work hard to expand their network of customers, and this portal takes the guesswork out of how to go about doing that.”

Eligible businesses can also register interest in tendering for projects, and be considered for inclusion in Australian Made branded stores throughout Australian airports and in export markets around the world. A range of adverting and promotional discounts are also available.

The Australian Made Campaign is working with ICN as part of the Federal Government's Buy Australian at Home and Abroad initiative.

“The Australian Made Business-to-Business Portal aims to provide local growers and manufacturers with improved and ongoing access to upcoming opportunities, and increase the quota of genuine Australian products and produce being procured,” Mr Harrison said.

“We encourage all buyers and suppliers to visit the portal to find out more about how it can benefit them.”

The Australian Made Business-to-Business Portal can be found at www.australianmade.com.au

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