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Wool Stocktake : AWI Annual Report 2015-16
STRATEGY 11: CORPORATE AFFAIRS & MARKET ACCESS STRATEGY 11 RESOURCES DURING 2015/16 $1,286,000 project expenditure + 1 AWI staff (full time equivalent) INVESTMENT FOCUS • To ensure statutory compliance by nurturing productive relationships with government stakeholders. • To manage sensitive issues in order to protect the industry from external threats. • To enhance productive relationships with grower representative groups, promote two-way exchange of information and incorporate industry views in AWI’s strategic framework. • To build awareness of AWI’s business and activities, providing an understanding of what, how, and why AWI does what it does. • To create, enhance and protect the wool industry’s trade and market access opportunities. • To reduce obstacles to market access and commercial trade by working with government and key domestic and international stakeholders. STRATEGIC TARGETS Targets for three-year period 2013/14 to 2015/16 Progress during 2015/16 Corporate Affairs: Ensure compliance with regulatory requirements. Achieved. All regulatory reporting requirements completed. Corporate Affairs: Voter participation rate increased, and budget at least maintained for next WoolPoll. Achieved. Voter participation in WoolPoll 2015 returned to long-term trend. The budget was reduced from 2012. Corporate Affairs: Independent Review of Performance (ROP) appropriately reflects AWI business environment and improvement since previous ROP. Achieved. The ROP shows ongoing improvement in AWI’s performance and delivery of benefits to woolgrowers including $2.90 for every dollar AWI invests in R&D. Industry Engagement: Facilitate improved two-way dialogue and understanding with State Farming Organisations (SFOs) and grower representative groups. Achieved. Regular communication was undertaken with industry representative bodies and woolgrower groups. AWI’s Woolgrower Industry Consultative Committee meetings were held in October 2015, March 2016 and June 2016. Industry Engagement: Measured positive change in industry and stakeholder awareness of AWI’s activities and outcomes (evidenced through bi-annual stakeholder survey). Achieved. The most recent stakeholder survey shows increased satisfaction with AWI’s performance amongst woolgrowers. Market Access: Develop and implement an integrated market access and trade strategy that underpins, complements and builds on investments in marketing and product development. Achieved. Market access activities worked closely with AWI activities in emerging markets to ensure an integrated approach to support the international competitiveness for wool. 46 REPORT OF 2015/16 OPERATIONS – GLOBAL BUSINESS SERVICES
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