Australian Industry and Defence Network – Tasmania (AIDN – Tasmania)
AIDN – Tasmania’s focus is on assisting Tasmanian small to medium size enterprises (SMEs) to gain greater access to information, resources and the key decision-makers in the public and private sectors of the Australian and international Defence industries. Such assistance will enhance the business success of our members in this highly competitive arena. Read more.
Centre for Defence Industry Capability (CDIC)
The CDIC supports Australian businesses entering or working in the defence industry with advisors servicing every state and territory. Designing and delivering products and services within the defence industry involves some unique challenges and requirements. It’s a long-term, complex endeavour, but the CDIC is here to help. It’s their job to help Australian businesses meet these challenges so they can deliver the Australian Defence Force of the future. Please follow the link to view the extensive resources they have available to assist industry. Read more.
Digital Ready for Business
The Digital Ready for Business program is aimed for key business decision makers to help them develop an online strategy that really works. Coaching is provided by experts in online business solutions. Business participation is free. Read more.
Export Finance Corporation (Efic)
Efic, as Australia’s export credit agency, works closely with businesses and their banks to offer a unique combination of export finance solutions and expertise to enable Australian businesses to grow and succeed globally. Read more.
Tasmanian Maritime Network
The Tasmania Maritime Network is a group of companies and organisations with expertise in manufacturing, engineering, logistics, training, clothing, safety equipment and shipping for both the commercial and military markets.
The network will play a key role in Tasmania emerging as a globally competitive defence supplier. Read more.
Tasmanian Minerals and Energy Council (TMEC)
The Tasmanian Minerals and Energy Council is an organisation funded by its members for the common good of businesses involved in the exploration, mining and mineral processing and energy intensive manufacturing sectors, along with companies and individuals in the associated supply chains. Read more.
University of Tasmania’s Defence Network
The University of Tasmania’s Defence Network connects academia with industry to enhance Australia’s defence capability and support our nation’s security. Read more.