The NSW government is offering subsidies for up to 12 premium and niche food and beverage manufacturers to exhibit within the Flavours of NSW Zone at this year’s Fine Food Australia trade show.
Held at the International Convention Centre in Sydney from 11-14 September, Fine Food Australia is a B2B trade fair for food, beverage and hospitality professionals.
The state government is offering $4,500 to up to 12 niche food and beverage manufacturers, helping them to gain exposure and access new opportunities in domestic and international markets.
“NSW is home to so many world-class food and beverage manufacturers and this event is a chance to showcase what some of our most promising companies have to offer,” said Investment NSW CEO, Katie Knight.
Successful applicants will be selected based on criteria including:
- Product uniqueness, niche characteristics and alignment with global trends
- Demonstrated growth and export potential
- Capacity to supply commercial volume
- Demonstrated marketing potential
In addition to the subsidy, businesses will attend a Trade Show Readiness and Marketing workshop and have access to specialist export and exhibition advice, as well as assistance from other NSW government business support experts both during and after the event.