2022/23 ATGA Exporter Directory

Bookings now open for exporter directory

Bookings are open for the 2022/23 ATGA Exporter Directory.
The ATGA Exporter Directory is a catalogue of information on the Australian table grapes, including general industry information and an opt-in list of Australian table grape grower/exporters.
Ahead of the 2022–23 season, we are updating the Exporter Directory, and encourage all registered exporters to submit a listing.
What do you need to do?
Bookings and content are due by Friday 7 October.

Grower/exporters who were listed in the 2021 Exporter Directory must re-book, confirm any content changes, or submit new content by the due date.

All new submissions must:
– provide any and all logos required (including any branding)
– submit a brief description of the exporter (no more than 85 words)
– list varieties available (max. 22) – public and proprietary varieties (only if they are licensed to market)
– contact details (limited to four lines)

All exporter listings will be equal, displayed alphabetically. Submissions can be edited in-house, with all amendments to be approved prior to design.
The directory will be launched early November to coincide with international trade shows. No late submissions will be accepted.

Cost: $100 + GST per listing, payable by PayPal. Invoice provided on confirmation of booking. Please use exporter name and “exporter directory” as reference.

Display advertising also available. All existing and new advertising must be rebooked. Contact Terryn for more information.



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