Growing Tasmania’s agribusiness export market

Growing Tasmania’s agribusiness export market

Mar 23
Join agribusiness stakeholders from Tasmania, and further afield, for a discussion on building the sector’s export opportunities.
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Dianne Tipping, Chair, Export Council of Australia
Carl Harris, Managing Partner (Tasmania), Deloitte

Event Overview

Tasmania’s agricultural offerings are an important aspect of Australia’s COVID-19 trade recovery solution, and vital to the state’s economy. 

Join Export Council of Australia Chair, Dianne Tipping, and industry specialists to unpack: 
  • Information on priority markets for Tasmanian agricultural products;  
  • How to develop direct supply chains to build end-customer alliances; 
  • Identify training opportunities and work with providers to build capability across sectors; and 
  • How to connect growers and suppliers with international buyers to develop exports. 

Roundtable start times: 
SA: 2.15pm
NT: 1.15pm
QLD: 1.45pm 
WA: 11.45am 

This virtual roundtable is by invitation only. The roundtable will be conducted on a virtual platform and numbers are limited to maximise participation. Invitations to virtual roundtables are a valued benefit of CEDA membership. Chatham House Rule applies. Roundtable discussions will be targeted to varied groups, including state-based Trustees discussions, national or industry sector Trustee roundtables, and c-suite conversations.


Meet the speaker

Dianne Tipping
Chair, Export Council of Australia

Dianne has a long and varied career in international trade promotion and facilitation. She has spent over 35 years handling export transactions. During the past 20 years Dianne has worked with the Australian Institute of Export and various other non-government and government agencies to teach and encourage exporters to achieve their global ambitions. Dianne is also the founder and Managing Director of Excon International Pty Ltd, an export management consultancy business that focuses on the management of exports and international projects on behalf of Australian exporters throughout the world.

Meet the moderator

Carl Harris
Managing Partner (Tasmania), Deloitte

Carl is the Managing Partner of Deloitte in Tasmania and is responsible for creating an inclusive and diverse workplace for 90 people across two offices. With over 29 years’ experience auditing and advising clients in the public and private sectors across a diverse range of industries, he has worked in Hobart, Sydney, Brisbane, Singapore and the UK. Originally from Tasmania, he returned in 2012 and is a passionate Tasmanian who regularly presents or contributes thought leadership relevant to the interests of Tasmania – Including 2018’s “Be BOLD Tasmania” and the weekly webinars held over the 2020 lockdown to support Tasmanian businesses through that especially challenging time.
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