$3.8 million resources export hubs to help WA recover from COVID-19

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Enterprises will be supported to get export-ready and be more internationally competitive.

Two Western Australian-based resource sector export hubs worth $3.8 million will be established to help small and medium-sized enterprises get export-ready and be more internationally competitive.

Subsea Energy Australia (SEA) and Austmine have received $1.4 million and $500,000 respectively from the Australian Government that will enable them to help SMEs tap into new international markets.

Invest and Trade WA, part of the Department of Jobs, Tourism, Science and Innovation, committed $350,000 and in-kind support worth $50,000 to Austmine, and offered facilitation support to SEA, which helped secure their SME Export Hubs Initiative grants.

For more information see the $3.8 million resources export hubs to help WA recover from COVID media statement.

Page reviewed 26 July 2020