Coles is an Australian supermarket, retail and consumer services chain, headquartered in Melbourne. Founded in 1914 in Collingwood by George Coles, Coles operates 809 supermarkets throughout Australia.
The Australian Made, Australian Grown logo enjoys strong support from leading Australian retailers, corporate organisations, local governments and industry associations. They are all significant organisations that support the goals and ethos of the Australian Made Campaign and leverage the effectiveness of the Australian Made, Australian Grown logo.
The Australian Made Campaign has established a corporate relationships framework to enable non-licensees to make a statement about their support for the Australian Made, Australian Grown logo and the campaign behind it.
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Australian Made Retail Partners
Australian Made Retail Partners are retail businesses that have made a commitment to providing their customers with a wide range of genuine Australian products, and in doing so, supporting Australian manufacturers, growers and processors with a valuable channel to market. These retailers leverage the power of the Australian Made, Australian Grown logo to illustrate this commitment to Australian industry and drive Aussie shoppers into their bricks-and-mortar stores and online ecommerce platforms.
Woolworths Supermarkets is an Australian supermarket/grocery store chain founded in 1924. Woolworths currently operates 1000 stores across Australia: 976 Supermarkets and 19 convenience stores.
Since opening its first store in 1913, ALDI has established itself as one of the most reputable and awarded retailers in the international business market, influencing grocery prices, improving the perception of quality private labelled goods, and introducing a number of market-leading initiatives never before seen in Australia. The ALDI name is synonymous with high quality and exceptional value. They offer customers a smarter way to shop.
Bev Marks Australia, established in 1989, is an Australian owned and operated company. With nine stores across Melbourne they are proud of their family business heritage.
Now a fifth-generation family-owned furniture company, the Berkowitz Furniture story started over 120 years ago in England, when its founder Samuel Berkowitz started a small cabinetmaking business in London’s East End. Today, Berkowitz maintains a passion for high quality, great value and above all, outstanding customer service, with the ingrained values of its founders.
Founded 1984, Forty Winks is proudly Australia’s leading bedding retail specialist, with a dominant network of more than 100 Australian family owned and operated stores, servicing consumer sleep needs across all major cities, territories and regional centres.
eBay Australia is committed to supporting sellers and products licensed by Australian Made. Australian Made on eBay gives eBay’s 11-million unique monthly visitors access to a central hub that offers shoppers one convenient location to find products bearing the iconic accreditation across a range of categories including fashion, health and beauty, automotive, and home and garden.
Since its inception in 2008, Handmade Canberra has led the way in handcrafted homewares, fashion and food, growing from 35 stallholders to one of Australia’s largest, Australian-made independent markets, now attracting 270+ stallholders from across the country.
Affectionately known as the ‘Vic Market’ or ‘Queen Vic’, this vibrant market has been the heart and soul of Melbourne for more than a century. Spread over two city blocks, you can shop for everything from Australian fruit and veg, local gourmet foods, to cosmetics, clothing and souvenirs.
Since 1867, South Melbourne Market has been a treasured inner city landmark and a favourite amongst locals and visitors. It is the quintessential village market, with over 150 stalls spanning fresh produce, specialty groceries, fashion, retail, cafes, services and more.
Australia's premier mid-sized makers market, held in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Canberra. The event features a curated lineup of established and emerging creatives, and offers shoppers the best in handmade: from beautiful homewares, stunning lifestyle products to delicious food.
Australian Made Campaign Partners
Australian Made Campaign Partners are businesses in the services sector that wish to make a corporate statement about their support of Australian makers and growers. These businesses have demonstrable links to Australia’s manufacturing and/or agricultural sectors along with a proven track record of providing support services to Australia’s manufacturers, growers and content producers.
Roy Morgan is Australia’s best known and longest established market research company, with an unparalleled reputation for reliable, accurate, meaningful, revealing market research. Proudly independent, the company now operates globally. Since its foundation in 1941, the company has built a reputation for providing accurate, meaningful, and insightful information to help society come to grips with reality and to help marketers, the media, governments and institutions make better, more informed decisions.
Based on the pure, natural environment of the Southern Pacific region, SINICARE corporation offers health and beauty products worldwide. With strong dedication to improving quality of human life, SINI Australia’s mantra is, "health to humanity, beauty to the world".
Taking Intellectual Property to new levels, Wrays is one of the largest independent IP specialist firms in Australia - bringing together the right combination of experts to protect, grow and defend their clients’ intellectual property assets locally and globally. With more than 90 years in the business as a patent and trademark attorney firm, today Wrays pride themselves as a law firm and a corporate advisory service – culminating in a holistic, end-to-end IP solution locally and globally.
Australian Made Industry Partners
Australian Made Industry Partners are membership-based organisations, such as industry associations and grower/producer groups that have demonstrable links with businesses that make or grow products in Australia. Industry Partners leverage the power of the Australian Made logo to aid in their advocacy and illustrate their commitment to their members and Australia’s makers, growers and content producers.
With a vision is for an industry that empowers oral health professionals to advance the health and wellbeing of all Australians, ADIA is the peak business organisation representing manufacturers and suppliers of dental products.
Having pioneered the development of certification standards for wood and wood products sourced from sustainably managed forests in Australia, Responsible Wood’s commitments ensure forest industries are environmentally, socially, culturally and commercially sustainable.
While striving for a sheepskin product manufacturing industry in Australia that’s competitive, sustainable and viable, the ASA industry organisation focuses on promoting and protecting its member’s products and business both domestically and internationally.
As the peak industry body, CMA promotes appropriate regulation advancements to ensure consumers have access to Australia’s highest quality of complementary medicines. CMA’s aim is to improve public health and wellbeing through education and information on products and industry.
FBA is the peak body in Australia, that provides access to specialist family, business and technical services, generating opportunities for families in business to learn and grow by networking and sharing with their peers.
The authority responsible for the seed certification schemes in Australia, AuSPICA is an independent provider of Seed Potato Certification and other services to the Australian Potato Industry.
The EDA is the national professional body for economic development practitioners in Australia. Its vision is to be recognised by practitioners, businesses and government, as the key promoter, developer and leader of economic development professionalism.
Screen Producers Australia supports the interests of Australian screen businesses, both large and small, in their production of Australian feature films, television programs, interactive content and games across all genres and formats.
AFPA is the peak national body for Australia’s forest, wood and paper products industry, representing the industry’s interests on the sustainable development and use of Australia’s forest, wood and paper products.
SEMMA is the peak industry association representing over 200 leading manufacturing companies located in South East Melbourne; Australia's most dynamic manufacturing region.
The Specialised Textiles Association is the peak national industry association representing the specialised textiles industry. STA’s mission is to increase the standards of the industry and success of its members.
The MAP Institute delivers the power of boardroom diversity to small business owners. MAP is an acronym for Mentoring Advisory Panels - its business leaders meet online in small advisory board groups, enhancing certainty, generating consistency and driving growth.
Council of Small Business Australia (COSBOA) is the national peak body exclusively representing the interests of small businesses. The goals of COSBOA are to promote and support the development of small businesses in Australia and the council recognises that it is a national imperative for Australia that the needs of small business are on the national policy agenda.
Independent Cinemas Australia (ICA) is a not-for-profit industry association representing independent exhibitors in Australia and New Zealand. For more than 25 years, the ICA has been on a mission to represent and advance the interests of independent exhibitors in an increasingly competitive and complex industry.
Industry Capability Network (ICN) is a network of experienced industry procurement and supply chain specialists who introduce businesses large and small to projects large and small across Australia and New Zealand. For over 35 years, it's been ICN's mission to increase economic activity and employment opportunities for local industry.
The Blind Manufacturers Association of Australia (BMAA) is the industry body representing the interests of manufacturers and retailers in the window furnishings industry, specifically those dealing with blinds, awnings, and shutters across Australia. The association's membership encompasses a broad spectrum of companies, from small family-operated businesses to substantial national corporations.
Australian Made Event Partners
Australian Made Event Partners are organisations that operate or manage events or activations (B2B or B2C) that champion Australian makers, growers and content producers, along with products they produce. Event Partners leverage the power of the Australian Made logo to brand event initiatives and illustrate their commitment to helping Australia’s makers promote their genuine Australian products, establish new channels to market and reach new audiences.
The Australian Gift & Homewares Association (AGHA) is the leading peak industry body. Supporting thousands of businesses and individuals annually, provides dedicated business services, education, trading opportunities and support to its membership and community.
Oz-Town Australia Pty Ltd is Australian Made‘s Chinese authorized strategic partner. Oz-Town provides services and cooperation for Australian companies seeking to export to China through close contact with the Australian government, enterprises, business partners, and industry organizations.
PRIMEX, the family-owned brand, has been a part of the Australasian agricultural field days calendar since 1985. Held at Casino, in coastal northern NSW, Primex has evolved from a localised event, with around 40 companies and thousands of visitors, to one of the country’s leading primary industries expos.
Australian Made Campaign Supporters
Australian Made Campaign Supporters are government bodies, such as local councils and shires, that have made a commitment to support the activities of Australian manufacturers and growers in their municipalities. Campaign Supporters leverage the power of the Australian Made logo to reinforce their support for local industry, enhance their economic development policy positions and aid in their communications to local residents, businesses and other stakeholders.
The thriving Blacktown City Council is located in western Sydney, situated on the Cumberland Plain. Blacktown City is a predominantly a residential area, with significant rural areas in the north and substantial industrial and commercial land use. Major features include Eastern Creek International Karting Raceway, TAFE NSW Western Sydney Institute and Featherdale Wildlife Park.
Hume City sits on Melbourne’s urban-rural fringe, north-west of Melbourne’s CBD. Including Melbourne’s busiest domestic and international airport, Hume’s main industries cover motor vehicle and part servicing manufacturing, electronic equipment manufacturing and air and space transport.
On the western edge of Melbourne, Wyndham City’s key industries are manufacturing and logistics. The professional and commercial sector include Victoria University, CSIRO Food Innovation Centre, and the University of Melbourne Veterinary Clinic & Hospital. The Werribee Mansion and Zoo are key tourist attractions.
Located 25 kilometres north of the Perth CBD, the City of Joondalup is one of Australia’s fastest growing regions. It is home to 53,000 jobs in diverse industries including strategic growth sectors of digital media, cybersecurity, engineering, and medical technologies.
Located southwest of Sydney, Liverpool continues to emerge as a manufacturing powerhouse. From components and equipment manufacturing to food manufacturing and related distribution/packaging, construction-related manufacturing, and newly emerging health equipment and technology-related manufacturing, an increasing number of businesses are choosing the area as their base.
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