The Australian Made Campaign would like to congratulate these local businesses that have risen to the top of their fields, winning awards that recognise all the hard work, innovation and dedication that goes into product design and manufacturing.
Support for locally produced products shows no signs of slowing down, with Australian consumers remaining determined to support local industry as the cost of living increases.
On Tuesday 15 August, Business Sydney hosted Senator the Hon Tim Ayres, Federal Assistant Minister for Trade, and Federal Assistant Minister for Manufacturing, for a business briefing.
If you’ve been closely following the outstanding performance by the Matildas in the FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia and New Zealand 2023™, you might have heard Australian Made over the airwaves.
This year's Melbourne Gift Fair was dominated by an awesome array of Australian Made businesses! More than 40 stalls proudly displayed the green and gold kangaroo logo to thousands of visitors over the 5-day retail trade exhibition.
Australian Made and Screen Producers Australia (SPA) today released data taken from a Roy Morgan report that identifies Australians’ desire for more Australian content on screens, and a need for easier discoverability of Australian shows.
Australian Made Week 2023 was the biggest one yet! From media coverage to activations, morning teas and the trending #AustralianMadeWeek hashtag – it was great to see licensees spruiking their green and gold credentials!
The Age and Sydney Morning Herald published a special Australian Made Week feature on Sunday 14 May, highlighting all things Aussie Made - the success stories, the demand for Aussie Made content, the small businesses making a big impact and the opportunities ahead.