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Digital Marketplace

The Digital Marketplace is an initiative under the National Innovation and Science Agenda. Our purpose is to make it easier for smaller businesses to compete for the government's $5 billion a year...


Amazon Australia

Since 2000, Amazon has been helping businesses increase sales and reach new customers. Sales through Amazon Marketplaces now represent 50% of all items sold on Amazon websites globally. There are...


Supporting Women-Led SMEs Access Global Markets by Implementing Gender-Responsive Trade Promotion Policies and Programs

Building on the outcomes of an SMEWG endorsed (and PPWE supported) multilateral workshop conducted in Manila (November 2014) and follow-up in-country visits to Chile, Indonesia, the Philippines, PNG and Vietnam (March-May 2015), this capacity building program aims to provide technical training to five economies' trade promotion agency officials, who are responsible for fostering greater export of goods and services. The program commences with a roundtable aiming to help officials identify barriers in their organisations to women accessing their services as well as considering specific actions and training to better support the needs of women-led/owned/managed SMEs. The roundtable will take place in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on 9-10 June 2016. A key roundtable outcome will be designing core objectives for follow-up tailor made bilateral workshops based on actual development needs of each economy. The bilateral workshops are planned for at least Peru (August 2016), Vietnam (December 2017) and PNG (by mid-2017). This work also furthers PPWE priorities.

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