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Australian Made stores in China
Australian Made stores in China

(10/10/2014 )

The Australian Made Campaign is pleased to announce the roll out of Australian Made branded stores in China, under a new partnership with Australia Made Shop Pty Ltd (AMS).

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The City of Melton joins the Australian Made Campaign in support of local business
The City of Melton joins the Australian Made Campaign in support of local business

(15/09/2014 )

Melton City Council has joined the Australian Made Campaign, to support local industry and jobs. Melton City Council will be working with the Australian Made Campaign to help promote ‘Buy Local’ initiatives and facilitate access to the Australian Made, Australian Grown logo – Australia’s registered country-of-origin certification trade mark.

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The world looks to Australia for nation branding
The world looks to Australia for nation branding

(12/09/2014 )

Countries around the world are looking to Australia for guidance on country-of-origin branding. The success of Australia’s only country-of-origin certification program, administered and promoted by the not-for-profit Australian Made Campaign, is prompting other countries to revisit their own branding schemes.

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Enter to win the Australian Made Award at Fine Food Australia 2014
Enter to win the Australian Made Award at Fine Food Australia 2014

(12/08/2014 )

In 2014, the Fine Food Awards will again include an Australian Made Award, which will be granted to the best new Australian Made product at the exhibition. Judged by the Fine Food Australia judging panel in collaboration with the Australian Made team, the winner will receive a promotional package worth up to $20,000*.

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Aussie furniture takes centre stage
Aussie furniture takes centre stage

(02/07/2014 )

The Australian Made Campaign is proud to announce its support of the Australian International Furniture Exhibition (AIFE). An initiative of the Australian Furniture Association (AFA), AIFE is open to the public from 11 – 13 July 2014 and held at Melbourne’s Royal Exhibition Building. AIFE will showcase Australian furniture design and manufacturing trends for both residential and commercial spaces.

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Free Aussie business seminars
Free Aussie business seminars

(30/06/2014 )

The Australian Made Campaign—in partnership with the Fairfax Radio Network—will hold free country-of-origin information sessions in Sydney and Melbourne this August. Hosted by 2UE's Stuart Bocking and 3AW’s Tom Elliott, the seminars will explore how businesses can effectively leverage country-of-origin branding and successfully market their products as ‘genuinely Australian’—here and overseas.

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Being Aussie is good for business
Being Aussie is good for business

(18/06/2014 )

The not-for-profit organisation that administers Australia’s iconic green-and-gold kangaroo country-of-origin certification trade mark, the Australian Made Campaign, is celebrating 2000 registered businesses today

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ACCC releases country-of-origin guidelines
ACCC releases country-of-origin guidelines

(16/04/2014 )

The ACCC has revised its publication on country-of-origin claims. If you want a guide to the law relating to ‘Made in Australia’, ‘Product of Australia’ and other claims, this is a good starting point.

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Logo helps get local products and produce into export markets
Logo helps get local products and produce into export markets

(14/04/2014 )

The network of overseas businesses using the famous green-and-gold Australian Made, Australian Grown (AMAG) logo to boost the Asian sales of their imported Australian products and produce has grown, with the announcement that Benelux Flowers and Food Private Limited has become licensed to use the AMAG logo.

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GST threshold non-decision a disgrace
GST threshold non-decision a disgrace

(31/03/2014 )

The Australian Made Campaign has expressed extreme concern at the decision by State and Federal Government Treasurers to defer dealing with the issue of GST not applying to online purchases of imported goods costing less than $1000.

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