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Great chance beckons Kiwis to Australian market

30th January 2019

Great chance beckons Kiwis to break into the Australian certified organic, natural and health market.

Buy Pure New Zealand is excited to team up with Naturally Good Expo as their agent to assist New Zealand and Pacific companies enter the Australian market. The B-B focused Expo is on 2-3 June at Sydney’s Darling Harbour, and is Oceania’s Premier Natural Organic and Healthy Trade Event attracts 6000 committed buyers on the hunt for new and innovative products.

The event is considered the best of its kind in Oceania Pacific to secure sales, create leads, launch products, undertake market research, network, and investigate competition within the International market.

“Attending gives the perfect opportunity to break into the Australian and international market and be exposed to international traders, marketers and supply chain managers.” Brendan Hoare, Managing Director of Buy Pure New Zealand said.

“Whether you are a seasoned business or seeking to explore an entry strategy we will work with you to achieve the desired outcome. This is the venue to meet other leaders of the fastest growing food sector in the Oceania region and get the latest information on Australian and international market trends from leading international experts.”

Event manger Sarah Weatherby says, “Naturally Good is Australia’s largest trade exhibition dedicated to all things natural, organic and healthy. Since its inception in 2015, the exhibition has continued to grow each year as a true reflection of the growth in the market. The exhibition showcases products spanning across food & drink, beauty, home & living as well as natural health including complementary medicines, vitamins and supplements.”

“We are excited to be working with Buy Pure New Zealand and to have them guiding Kiwi companies into the Australian market is invaluable. We want everyone to enjoy and succeed and with Brendan’s extensive, networks, knowledge and demonstrated commitment to the sector we are sure it will enhance the experience.”

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