Friday 8th May 2020 10:00 am – one hour
The disruption of C19 will uniquely provide many trans-tasman opportunities, and the combined bubble with Australia will be best met with one of our favourite words of the series (apart from unprecedented), collaboration.
Be brave, talk with others, and build collaborative partnerships – they are not easy, but will be a key in solving the challenging problems that lie ahead.
The discussion amongst the ERP7 panelists focused on this opportunity in one of our biggest, but also one of our most challenging markets, which will require New Zealand exporters to have a clear strategy, detailed plan, and then a very careful approach to partners and channels to make the most of the advantage we have :
Insights into topline COVID impacts in Australia – thanks to Adrian for sharing:
Free events for Australian startup founders, open to New Zealand founders to join as well (most of which these are free weekly sessions) – thanks to Rebekah for sharing:
Airtree weekly founder meet-up: https://airtreeventures.typeform.com/to/cX1PM7
The latest economic update report on Australia from the NZ Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade – thanks to Fiona for sharing:
Other economic market reports from, MFAT : https://www.mfat.govt.nz/en/trade/how-we-help-exporters/mfat-export-market-reports/`
KATABOLT’S SURVIVE TO THRIVE PROJECT presents:
Is the ‘Lucky’ country still finding favour, or riding its luck by treading a fine line? What does this mean for New Zealand exporters?
Moving forward, the focus of our webinar series is to position New Zealand exporters for recovery – with guidance on managing inventory, in-market insights, and strategic exporting post-C19.
From this side of the Tasman it appears that Australia is being affected less, and easier to export to, in this C19 crisis relative to the disastrous situations elsewhere. With a likely trans-tasman ‘bubble’, is the Australian market now a ‘must’ for New Zealand exporters?
In SEVEN | VOICE FROM THE MARKET | AUSTRALIA, we actively assess the future of New Zealand exporting by hearing real world stories from channel partners and businesses inside probably our most important market:
Friday’s Panel will again be facilitated by Andy Mitchell, growth strategist at Katabolt, discussing real and practical ways of helping New Zealand businesses and exporters make it through with advice and insights from Industry Experts:
Are you currently exporting to Australia, or considering it? You need to be part of this week’s Webinar.
We know this has been a busy time for all, but it’s also a time to pause, gain clarity, and look at our businesses through a wider lens, in order to focus on where the opportunities may lie.
All participants are welcome, and there is no cost, register below to receive the link to our webinar platform. If there are any questions or topics you want discussed, you can enter them here also.
Created by Katabolt, New Zealand’s leading export consultancy, the THRIVE TO SURVIVE project has been designed by exporters, for exporters in response to the C19 crisis. The EXPORT RECOVERY PANEL WEBINAR SERIES is at the core of this project, providing clarity, certainty and guidance where we can to help get a footing on shaky ground.
SEVEN | VOICE FROM THE MARKET | AUSTRALIA Friday 8th May at 10am