Events, Trade Fairs and Delegations

We’re proud to partner with organisations from around the world to support international trade fairs and delegations.

Unfortunately, due to COVID restrictions, inbound and outbound delegations have been placed on hold until further notice.

Upcoming International Events

Australia-New Zealand Pacific Project Series Webinar: Pacific Games 2023

In partnership with the Australian Trade and Investment Commission, the Australia-Pacific Islands Business Council, and the New Zealand-Pacific Business Council, New Zealand Trade and Enterprise would like to invite you to a joint virtual briefing with the Pacific Games 2023 Games CEO, Peter Stewart.

The Pacific Games is a once every four-year event, attracting over 5,000 athletes from 24 countries and territories in the Pacific to compete in 24 sports. The Pacific Games will be hosted by the Solomon Islands between 19 November to 2 December 2023. It is the first time an event of this scale has been hosted in the Solomon Islands.

The Pacific Games 2023 is an opportunity for Australia, New Zealand, and Pacific businesses to partner with local Solomon Islands businesses to offer goods and services to support the running of the event.  Over the coming 12 months, the Games Organising Committee will be running a series of open tenders and calling for expressions of interest in a range of sectors including catering, cleaning, information technology, event management, training, and security.

This webinar is targeted at Australian, New Zealand, and Pacific businesses who offer goods and services to the event sector, including those already active in or considering entering the Pacific region.

Participation in the event is free, but participants must register to attend.

Date: Tuesday, 5 April 2022
Time: 12 pm NZST
11am SBT (Honiara)
10am AEST (Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, Brisbane)
10am PGT (Port Moresby)


Are you exporting food to China?

Important new Regulations

Attend this MPI webinar to ensure your compliance with ‘China Registration of Food Manufacturing Premises’ (Decree 248).  Non-compliance will likely result in goods being rejected at the China border.

The Exporter Regulatory Advice Service (ERAS) will be hosting a webinar on China Registration of Food Manufacturing Premises (Decree 248).

During this 1-hour webinar, you’ll learn: 

  • the main requirements and who they apply to
  • the 2 different methods of China manufacturer registration
  • Decree 248 frequently asked questions.

This webinar is ideal for manufacturers and exporters of food to China who want a better understanding of the Decree 248 requirements and how to register.

There will be time for you to ask questions. You’ll then have the opportunity to reach out to the ERAS and market access teams for one-on-one advice.

Wednesday, 6 April 2022
Time: 1 pm NZST


Contact our International team