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  1. search file icon1. Cisco - There is no doubt that the Australian economy is embracing digitisation faster than anywhere else in the world.  - Case studies    Today, Cisco earns more than A$60 billion in revenue a year, with around 70,000 employees working in more than 165 countries and 480 sites doing business across the world. While many technology companies seek to transform certain businesses, Cisco investments in Australia clearly demonstrate how it is working to also transform cities and governments around the world.  - Last Modified 16 Feb 2018
  2. search file icon2. Citi - We bring Australian talent back to Australia.  - Case studies    The global network that the New York-based Citi has is critical for its Australian clients. The firm started moving outside the United States more than a century ago and now operates in 100 countries, with a consumer presence in 19 markets around the world. Being the most international bank in the world, it can bring its network to bear for its Australian clients throughout all its product offerings.  - Last Modified 15 Feb 2018
  3. search file icon3. Australian resources power Japan’s Kyushu Electric Power Company - Case studies    The investment of Japanese energy companies such as Kyushu Electric in Australian coal and liquefied natural gas (LNG) has helped create communities, support employees and generate billions of dollars in export income for Australia.  - Last Modified 9 Feb 2018
  4. search file icon4. Promoting young, Australian talent on a global stage - Case studies    Sony has significant and diverse interests in Australia. Over the past 40-plus years, the company has brought generations of consumer electronics to the country, taken the bright young stars of Australia’s entertainment industry to a global audience, and invested in award-winning Australian television production companies. Sony is also a local manufacturer, financial services provider and philanthropist.  - Last Modified 9 Feb 2018
  5. search file icon5. Melbourne R&D investment ignites Australian exports of solar-powered heaters - Case studies    Rinnai is one of Australia’s leading suppliers of domestic hot water, heating and cooling appliances, many of which are partly or wholly manufactured in the country.  - Last Modified 9 Feb 2018
  6. search file icon6. Nippon Steel: Welding Australian iron and coal into Japan’s mighty metal industries - Case studies    Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal Corporation (NSSMC) has been a principal player in the enduring partnership of Australian resources and Japanese industry.  - Last Modified 9 Feb 2018
  7. search file icon7. Japanese brewer Kirin takes Australian craft beer into Asian markets - Case studies    When Tokyo-based Kirin purchased brewer Lion Nathan in 2009, few people anticipated the craft beer revolution about to sweep Australia. Eight years later – and having invested more than A$8 billion – Kirin is powering that revolution, helping niche beer brands to grow and supporting a new wave of Australian exports.  - Last Modified 9 Feb 2018
  8. search file icon8. Hitachi forges new prospects for Australian heavy engineering - Case studies    Hitachi has been active in Australia for over 60 years, adding manufacturing and technology services to its sales network.  - Last Modified 9 Feb 2018
  9. search file icon9. Landing Pad residency propels Gruntify into US market - Success stories    Gruntify is transforming the way organisations collect data and perform work in the field by replacing clipboards with modern, digital workflows. A three-month residency at an Australian Landing Pad helped the company secure crucial clients in the US.  - Last Modified 17 Feb 2020
  10. search file icon10. FTAs help gourmet Victorian goats’ cheese crack US market - Success stories    Victoria’s iconic Meredith Dairy brand has leapt from local farmer’s markets to smart New York delis in just 15 years.  - Last Modified 13 Dec 2019
  11. search file icon11. Sydney Uni drives mobility-as-a-service expertise in city trials - Success stories    The Sydney-based Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies (ITLS) is an expert contributor to public policy on transport and logistics – in Australia and around the world. Founded in 1991, its expertise in mobility econometrics helps transport organisations to find practical responses to public challenges. Today, ITLS is running one of Australia’s first ever, comprehensive mobility-as-a-service (MaaS) trials.  - Last Modified 26 Nov 2019
  12. search file icon12. Bringing foods with health benefits to the world - Success stories    As the number of people with diabetes and food allergies increases worldwide, SalDoce Fine Foods has found a ready market for its gluten-free, vegan and plant-based protein products, which provide healthy and great-tasting alternatives.  - Last Modified 18 Feb 2020
  13. search file icon13. FTAs Making a Splash for Olive Oil Exports - Success stories    Australia’s Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) helped South Australian olive oil grower and packager Oleapak to kickstart its international business. The company has grown tenfold since it started exporting in 2014.  - Last Modified 27 Nov 2019
  14. search file icon14. Alchemy Cordial Drinks to Export Success - Success stories    Australia’s free trade agreements have helped Queensland business Alchemy Cordial to find new markets for its cordials and syrups. Exports now comprise 15 per cent of the company’s turnover.  - Last Modified 10 Oct 2019
  15. search file icon15. How to win friends and improve healthcare across a region  - Success stories    For more than 16 years, Australian-born company Aspen Medical has been quietly growing its export business to have a major footprint across the world.  - Last Modified 3 Sep 2019
  16. search file icon16. US networking helps tech-security company gain global footprint - Success stories    Melbourne-based cyber security startup Datasec Solutions has scored a global breakthrough in securing data on connected printers.  - Last Modified 29 Oct 2019
  17. search file icon17. A mighty success for South Australian games developer - Success stories    Mighty Kingdom has created games for some of the world’s leading toy and entertainment giants, including Disney, LEGO and Shopkins. The South Australian company is now gearing up for even greater global success with its latest games.  - Last Modified 13 Aug 2019
  18. search file icon18. Australian company transforming prescription management - Success stories    ScalaMed is transforming prescription management for patients in the US with a world-first idea generated out of Australia. As a thought-leader in healthtech capability, this innovative company is enhancing Australia’s reputation as a hotspot for digital health technology.  - Last Modified 22 Oct 2019
  19. search file icon19. Cerebral Palsy Alliance looks to Vietnam to grow its impact - Success stories    With its crowdsourced security testing platform, Bugcrowd has changed market perception of hackers from digital burglars to digital locksmiths.  - Last Modified 19 Aug 2019
  20. search file icon20. Why Austrade? - Success stories    Find out how Austrade can help you in your exporting journey at  - Last Modified 12 Jul 2019
  21. search file icon21. Margaret River vineyard grows its wine exports to the world - Success stories    Australia’s Free Trade Agreements have helped Churchview Estate export their premium wines to the world.  - Last Modified 20 Jun 2019
  22. search file icon22. FTAs Success Formula for Natural Healthcare Company - Success stories    GMP Pharmaceuticals has been manufacturing a range of consumer-ready healthcare and dairy products since 1994. With the help of Australia’s free trade agreements (FTAs), the company is growing its business worldwide through exports.  - Last Modified 14 Jun 2019
  23. search file icon23. Artisan crisp bread company breaks new ground - Success stories    Founded in 2003, Ricci’s Bikkies has taken its preservative-free crisp breads all the way from local delicatessens to national retail chains. With the help of Australia’s free trade agreements, its distinctive artisan pittas are now appearing on supermarket shelves in the US and China.  - Last Modified 7 Jun 2019
  24. search file icon24. Hussey & Co Finds Fresh Markets in Asia  - Success stories    Australia’s free trade agreements are helping Hussey & Co export fresh salad leaves to Asia’s health-conscious consumers.  - Last Modified 3 Jun 2019
  25. search file icon25. Australian macadamias crack China’s market - Success stories    A family dream turned into a reality, Brookfarm has been producing homegrown macadamia products for the past 20 years. With the help of Australia’s Free Trade Agreements (FTAs), the company is sharing its passion for quality health food with overseas customers.  - Last Modified 17 Jun 2019