New consumer research from Roy Morgan shows the preference for Australian-made goods continued to increase in 2020, with the huge majority of 93% of Australians stating they are more likely to buy products made in Australia – up from 87% a year earlier.
Kicking off on May 24, Australian Made and Knowles are urging shoppers to actively focus their buying activities on genuine Aussie products both during and after Australian Made Week, even if it means swapping just one product a week.
GIVING our economy a much-needed boost is as easy as saying ‘G’day’ to one extra Australian-made product a week, says Aussie entrepreneur, model and mum, Elyse Knowles.
The Australian Made Campaign is urging shoppers to consider the flow on effects of their purchasing decisions during the school holidays by looking for the iconic Australian Made logo on all of their holiday purchases!
The Australian Made Campaign Ltd is excited to announce the launch of the first ever Australian Made Week! Running from Monday 24 May 2021 to 30 May 2021, Australian Made Week will encourage shoppers to actively focus their buying activities on genuine Aussie products while celebrating and supporting local makers and growers around the country.
The Australian Made Campaign is making it easier than ever for shoppers to find genuine Australian Made and Grown products, officially launching a 'Where to buy Australian Made’ page on its website.
The Australian Made Campaign is asking Australians to show their love for Aussie farmers this Valentine’s Day by making their Valentine’s Day bouquets Australian-grown.
This Australia Day, the Australian Made Campaign is calling on Australians to come together and celebrate all things ‘Australian Made’ by supporting local Aussie growers and manufacturers.
The Australian Made Campaign is thrilled to announce the famous green-and-gold kangaroo Australian Made, Australian Grown (AMAG) logo is now a registered trademark in the European Union, United Kingdom and the United Arab Emirates.