Wollongong businesses take up free trade advantages with UK

Connor Pearce
Updated October 20 2023 - 6:50pm, first published October 19 2023 - 10:59am
Luara Jackson, business development manager for South Coast business Phycohealth is preparing the company's first shipment for export to the UK. Picture by Anna Warr
Luara Jackson, business development manager for South Coast business Phycohealth is preparing the company's first shipment for export to the UK. Picture by Anna Warr

A South Coast-based business is preparing a shipment of 400 units of seaweed pasta and muesli to be stocked by a UK high-street supermarket, while a UK tech business that is sticking computer chips inside rugby balls has set up an Australian base in Wollongong.

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Connor Pearce

Connor Pearce

Federal Political Reporter at The Canberra Times

Federal Political Reporter working for The Canberra Times from the parliamentary press gallery. Something to get off your chest? Connor.pearce@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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