Entries are now open for the Table Grape Exporter Directory.
The Australian Table Grape Association is launching a new-look interactive online Exporter Directory this December.
Entries are now open and will close on Wednesday 29 November. Participants can submit after the deadline, but turnaround times for processing will apply.
The streamlined application process will allow producers and exporters to submit all their information through the online application form. ATGA will then process and upload the information to the Exporter Directory in time for the international trade seminar tour on 6-14 December.
About the Exporter Directory
The Exporter Directory is an important tool used to promote suppliers of Australian table grapes.
For the first time, the Exporter Directory will be launched in an online interactive format, which can be searched and filtered by grape colour and varieties, location and much more.
The online resource will be complemented by print promotional materials, such as postcards and posters, which link to the Exporter Directory and other industry information, such as availability, growing regions, etc.
The new Exporter Directory has been developed with accessibility and mobile responsiveness as a priority to optimise customer experience when viewing.
Growers and exporters can view the new-look Exporter Directory BETA to see what the directory will look like. This has been populated with dummy entries for the purpose of design.
Any new varieties will be added to the varieties page on the website.
Fees & terms
Each Exporter Directory listing will incur a $100 + gst fee, payable annually. The period will cover from 1 December each year until 30 November. Entries can still be received after the deadline, but will still incur the full fee for the remainder of the 12-month term. One month before the end of the 12-month term, participants will be given the option to renew their annual listing, at the cost of the annual fee, with new information, keep it the same, or opt out.
Growers and exporters must only promote varieties they are licensed to do so. If you grow commercial varieties but are not licensed to promote them, please do not include them in your list of varieties.