Finalists have been announced for this year’s Queensland Export Awards, which will be held on October 5 at RNA Showgrounds.
Thirty-four companies made the state finals across 13 categories, with these announced at an event at boat builder Riviera. Riviera was last year’s state and then joint Australian champion (tied with castings company A.W Bell) in the Manufacturing and Advanced Materials category.
(A full list of Queensland’s finalists is reproduced below.)
State trade minister Cameron Dick said, “Queensland is an export driven economy. “The value of our exports has almost doubled in the year to May 2022, to a remarkable $115 billion.
“These businesses are part of that, and their drive and ambition showcase how Queensland succeeds in business around the world every day.”
Each category winner at the Queensland (and respective state and territory export awards) will proceed to the Australian Export Awards, to be held in November.
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Advanced Technologies Award
Agribusiness, Food and Beverages Award
Creative Industries Award
Emerging Exporter Award
International Education and Training Award
International Health Award
Manufacturing and Advanced Materials Award
Professional Services Award
Regional Exporter Award
Resource and Energy
Small Business Award