10 November

What’s available to you? presented by BDO AustraliaNow more than ever, it’s important for all businesses to ensure that they are up to date and making the most of the tax incentives, Research and Development (R&D) incentives and grants that are available. The support measures for the Wine Industry announced in the recent Federal Budget are also important to be aware of.

Join Ryan Wilton, Director, Business Services and Melissa Fardone Director, R&D and Grants from BDO for a practical presentation and hear how your business can take advantage of these incentives.

This webinar is free to ALL WCA Members. Non-Members will be charged $50 + GST to access the webinar.

Register here.

Wine Australia’s Capability Development workshops now cover both wine export and wine tourism training. Heavily subsidised by the  $50m Package, the program of 4 x 3 hour consecutive sessions costs $110 incl. GST.  Participants may also attend two half-day sessions of either wine tourism or wine export training for $66 incl. GST.
The next introductory workshop program will commence on 20 October 2020Those who have previously participated can attend the next advanced workshop commencing 10 November 2020. Registration details are available on the Wine Australia website.

10 – 12 November 2020

Expressions of interest open for ProWine China 2020
ProWine China is China’s leading international trade fair for wine and spirits, jointly organised by Messe Düsseldorf Group and Food and Hospitality China (FHC). This event offers Australian wineries an opportunity to connect with over 20,000 influential Chinese importers, distributors, wholesalers and media to drive awareness and increase export sales of Australian wine.

This year marks Wine Australia’s sixth year participating in ProWine. Wine Australia provides a full-service offering, allowing exhibiting wineries and their representatives to:

At this stage, Wine Australia are working on the assumption that ProWine China 2020 will proceed as scheduled from 10-12 November in Shanghai. They are also continuing to liaise with the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and will be guided by the Australian Government’s advice. They will notify you of any updates as they become available.

Read more and register your interest.