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IN an effort to encourage Australia’s leading exporters to be given the same public recognition as sporting and entertainment heroes, the Australian Trade Commission (Austrade) is urging exporters Australia-wide to enter the 2001 Australian Export Awards.

The aim of the Australian Export Awards is to identify and reward the nation’s most successful and innovative exporters and promote these exporters as corporate role models, thereby stimulating greater involvement in exporting among Australian businesses.

Companies of all sizes, industries and locations have the opportunity to enter into 11 award categories, which recognise the full breadth of Australian exporting achievement. Categories include: agriculture; arts and entertainment; education; minerals; services; information and communications technology; emerging exporter – companies which have exported for three years or less; small to medium manufacturer – exporters with sales not exceeding $20 million; large advanced manufacturer – exporters with sales of more than $20 million; regional exporter of the year – for outstanding export achievement by a business whose head office is based in a non-metropolitan location; and exporter of the year.

Presented by the Australian Trade Commission (Austrade) and the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the 2001 Australian Export Awards will be officially launched by Minister for Trade Mark Vaile on Monday April 30 2001 between 7.00-7.30am at the Argyle Function and Conference Centre, 18 Argyle Street, The Rocks, Sydney.

For more information on registering for the 2001 Australian Export Awards contact Austrade on 13 28 78 or visit: www.austrade.gov.au/AUSTRALIAEXPORTAWARd/

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