52nd Australian Export Awards National Finalists (2014)
Health and Biotechnology Award
Graphics for TAHPI – NSW Govt Tender Packages & International Tenders.
Hi John, it’s good to hear from you. It was my pleasure to assist a great NSW business in one of our priority markets.
Many thanks John. You guys have done some amazing things! It behoves senior government officials to support, not hinder companies with strong growth plans like TAHPI.
Andrew Stoner AM
Former Deputy Premier, Minister for Trade & Investment, Minister for Tourism & Major Events – NSW Government
CQU awarded for international student intake
With Vice-chancellor Professor John Rickard
Central Queensland University (CQU) has been recognised for its efforts in recruiting overseas students.
CQU took the education prize at the Australian Export Awards ceremony in Sydney last night.
It has attracted more than 22,000 students from 120 countries and operates overseas campuses in Fiji, Hong Kong, Singapore and Shanghai.
Vice-chancellor Professor John Rickard says overseas students are a vital part of the university.
“I think it’s quite remarkable for a university that has its headquarters in central Queensland to have established such a phenomenal export practice as this,” he said.
“We actually now have a higher proportion of international students than any other Australian university and we actually derive 50 per cent of our income from international students.”