A Penrith-based business is set to take advantage of a program that aims to export quality Australian goods and services to Asia.
Nova Spring Water joined Australian soccer great Tim Cahill and NSW Minister for Trade and Penrith MP, Stuart Ayres, in marking the official launch of the NSW Business Chamber’s Export Growth China program at a gala event in Shanghai last week.
The Chamber’s groundbreaking Export Growth China program showcases Australia’s best goods and services to Chinese wholesale buyers and distributors in a purpose-built showroom located in ShanghaiMart, the largest permanent trade centre in Asia.
The program enables small and medium-sized Australian businesses to reach a global audience while the Chamber’s international trade experts on the ground in Shanghai proactively match them with potential business partners.
Nova Spring Water bottles pure spring water from the Central Coast Highlands of NSW which has been processed through a five-stage filtration process, and is one of 65 Australian businesses taking part inthe program to achieve export success in China.
“As Australia’s only producer of bulk water bottled in BPA-free packaging, which is also completely recyclable, there is an exciting opportunity for Nova Spring Water to take advantage of the growing demand for ‘clean and green’ products among Chinese consumers,” said Nova Spring Water founder Nitin Lotliker.
“The showroom is ideally located in a bustling international trade centre, and with a significant continent of Chinese media and trade officials, we are confident that our products will be in front of key decision makers to put us on the right path to achieving export success.”
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