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List of figures and tables

Figures

Figure 1: Austrade’s organisational structure, at 30 June 2018

Figure 2: Austrade’s Australian and overseas locations, at 30 June 2018

Figure 3: Austrade’s financial performance, 2017–18 (including four-year trends)

Figure 4: Austrade’s financial position, 2017–18

Figure 5: Austrade’s purposes for 2017–18

Figure 6: Austrade’s outcome and program framework for 2017–18

Figure 7: Relationship between Austrade’s portfolio budget statements, corporate plan and annual performance statement

Figure 8: Australia’s top 15 exports of goods and services, 2017

Figure 9: Australia’s top 15 export destinations for goods and services, 2017

Figure 10: International activities of AIBS 2018 respondents

Figure 11: Client ratings of Austrade’s services, 2013–14 to 2017–18

Figure 12: EMDG recipients by annual income, 2016–17 grant year

Figure 13: EMDG recipients by number of employees, 2016–17 grant year

Figure 14: EMDG recipients by annual export earnings, 2016–17 grant year

Figure 15: EMDG recipients by state and territory, 2016–17 grant year

Figure 16: EMDG recipients by industry, 2016–17 grant year

Figure 17: Top six markets targeted by EMDG recipients, 2016–17 grant year

Figure 18: EMDG recipients by expenditure category, 2016–17 grant year

Figure 19: Australia’s education exports and international enrolments, 2007 to 2017

Figure 20: Austrade-assisted investment outcomes by source market, 2017–18

Figure 21: Austrade-assisted investment outcomes by priority sector, 2017–18

Figure 22: Total domestic tourism expenditure, 2017–18

Figure 23: International visitors and spend, by state and territory, year ending March 2018

Figure 24: Domestic overnight trips and spend, by state and territory, 2017–18

Figure 25: Austrade’s governance committee structure, at 30 June 2018

Figure 26: Austrade’s key planning documents in 2017–18

Figure A1: Austrade’s national network, including TradeStart, at 30 June 2018

Figure C1: Workplace incidents reported within Austrade’s incident reporting system, 2014–15 to 2017–18

Tables

Table 1: Number of minister-led business missions, March 2014 to June 2018

Table 2: Payments to EMDG recipients, 2013–14 to 2017–18

Table 3: Profile of EMDG applicants and recipients, by grant year, 2012–13 to 2016–17

Table 4: EMDG recipients by business type, 2016–17 grant year

Table 5: EMDG recipients by state and territory, 2015–16 and 2016–17 grant years

Table 6: Appeals to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal under the EMDG Act in 2017–18

Table 7: Top five contributors to visitor spend in Australia, year ending March 2018

Table 8: Pilot regions under the Regional Tourism Infrastructure Investment Attraction Strategy

Table 9: Tourism Demand-Driver Infrastructure projects approved for commencement, 2014–15 to 2017–18

Table 10: Austrade-managed consulates, at 30 June 2018

Table 11: Consular and passport services provided by Austrade, 2013–14 to 2017–18

Table 12: Austrade governance committees, at 30 June 2018

Table 13: Ongoing and non-ongoing employees, full-time and part-time, at 30 June 2018

Table 14: Employees by classification, gender and location, at 30 June 2018

Table 15: Ongoing and non-ongoing employees, full-time and part-time, who identify as Indigenous, at 30 June 2018

Table 16: Employees by category of employment, at 30 June 2018

Table 17: Employees by location and gender, at 30 June 2018

Table 18: Employees by group or division, at 30 June 2018

Table 19: Senior Executive Service gains and losses during 2017–18

Table 20: Senior Executive Service by gender, at 30 June 2018

Table 21: Senior Executive Service by classification and location, at 30 June 2018

Table 22: Austrade’s workplace agreements and salary ranges, at 30 June 2018

Table 23: Foreign language capabilities at Austrade, priority languages, at 30 June 2018

Table 24: Trends in consultancies, 2015–16 to 2017–18

Table A1: TradeStart locations and partners, at 30 June 2018

Table C1: Workplace incidents notified by Austrade under work health and safety legislation, 2014–15 to 2017–18

Table D1: Agency resource statement, 2017–18

Table D2: Expenses for outcomes, 2017–18

Table E1: Austrade’s energy consumption, 2009–10 to 2017–18

Table E2: Energy efficiency performance, 2010–11 to 2017–18

Table F1: Total advertising and market research expenditure by category, 2017–18

Table F2: Individual payments of more than $13,200 to market research organisations, 2017–18

Table F3: Individual payments of more than $13,200 to media advertising organisations, 2017–18

Table G1: List of requirements

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