Digital adoption is fuelling Pacific export growth, and new data from our third export survey shows export confidence remains high.

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Record amount of bilum sold as the Goroka Bilum Festival celebrates its 10th Anniversary.

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On a raised coral atoll with a population of 1,600, a family-owned business based in the heart of this tiny island is a horticultural success story.

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For a second year, PTI Australia has hosted a Pacific delegation at Sydney’s International Jewellery Fair to shine a spotlight on the Pacific’s unique aesthetic and the high-end jewellers working in the Pacific Islands.

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Foods Pacific Limited is one of Fiji’s largest family-owned private companies. Established in 1980, it has gone from strength to strength, achieving success in both domestic and international markets.

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A new Digital Trade program and e-Commerce Accelerator initiative will provide practical skills in e-commerce to Pacific businesses. A series of e-Commerce workshops will be held across the Pacific, with the inaugural workshop in Samoa on Wednesday, 10 October 2018.

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Enabling an environment for economic prosperity in Vanuatu through policy, infrastructure and partnerships were key take-outs from a business round-table with the Prime Minister of Vanuatu Charlot Salwai and his delegation in Sydney, Australia.

 

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The benefits of noni have long been known but only recently proven by science. Established in 2001, Cook Islands Noni Marketing has grown to become the country’s largest agricultural exporter with over 250 tonnes of product exported each year.

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Vanuatu's Azure Pure Water has announced a breakthrough export deal with Carnival Australia. This is the largest bottled water export agreement in the history of Vanuatu, seeing the equivalent of a 40-foot container loaded on the Pacific Jewel and Pacific Dawn each berthing.

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Building a pathway for the Pacific Islands’ informal ‘artistic’ economies and the artisans behind them into a viable export-ready product isn’t easy, when Vogue Living sit’s down for a chat you know you are on the right track.

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