Improving communication and trade with Pacific Island countries (Australian government agencies, PHAMA plus and SPC)

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Public consultation on the regional trade and market access communication strategy is closed.

How you had your say

We sought feedback from people on improving communication between all relevant Australian government agencies and key stakeholders engaged in trade and market access in Pacific Island countries (PIC).

We invited feedback from people across the Australian Government, PHAMA Plus, SPC and ACIAR.

Survey

Responses were received from a range of people including government officials, exporters, National Plant Protection Organisations and private enterprise.

What you said

Your feedback helped us learn:

  • what the communication issues are
  • who we need to engage with
  • what information we need to provide
  • what communication channels our stakeholders prefer
  • what the best times are for delivering information.

What happens next

We will review and consider your feedback. We will use it to consult further via online stakeholder meetings. All feedback received will be used to write the regional trade and market access communication strategy and develop the products and services to deliver effective communication, develop harmonised, timely and helpful messaging about biosecurity issues that impact the importing and exporting of agricultural and horticultural products.

Public consultation on the regional trade and market access communication strategy is closed.

How you had your say

We sought feedback from people on improving communication between all relevant Australian government agencies and key stakeholders engaged in trade and market access in Pacific Island countries (PIC).

We invited feedback from people across the Australian Government, PHAMA Plus, SPC and ACIAR.

Survey

Responses were received from a range of people including government officials, exporters, National Plant Protection Organisations and private enterprise.

What you said

Your feedback helped us learn:

  • what the communication issues are
  • who we need to engage with
  • what information we need to provide
  • what communication channels our stakeholders prefer
  • what the best times are for delivering information.

What happens next

We will review and consider your feedback. We will use it to consult further via online stakeholder meetings. All feedback received will be used to write the regional trade and market access communication strategy and develop the products and services to deliver effective communication, develop harmonised, timely and helpful messaging about biosecurity issues that impact the importing and exporting of agricultural and horticultural products.