The Avalon 2023 Australian International Air Show Aerospace and Defence Exposition was held at Avalon last week, 28 February to 5 March 2023, after a three-year hiatus due to Covid. Attracting approximately 48,000 attendees from over 25 countries, the trade show was a buzz of activity as businesses connected with one another and showcased their new products and services to industry. Tim Dore, Director

What to do after a trade show

Posted by Defence Teaming Centre on  March 9, 2023
Category: Industry News
AVALON 2023 is a wrap, but that doesn’t mean the show is over.   Trade Shows are a great way to investigate new markets and opportunities, but the time and energy you put into establishing these connections could go to waste if you don’t follow up with your contacts when you return to the office. Below are some tips to make sure all your hard work comes full circle.  Organise your data  A disorganised list

DSR announcement on track for March

Posted by Defence Teaming Centre on  February 16, 2023
Category: News
The Albanese government has received the official Defence Strategic Review (DSR) report, six weeks out from when they are due to announce Australia’s Defence Strategic Plan for the coming decades.   The delivery of the report to the Government could not have come at a better time, as lack of certainty grows so does the rumour mill.   Tim Dore, Acting CEO of the Defence Teaming Centre (DTC) said the report’s release shows that the government
Here at the Defence Teaming Centre (DTC), we get excited when our members are recognised for all the work they do in Australia’s defence sector. January is one of the most exciting months for us as it is when ADM releases their results of the Top 40 Defence Contractors and Top 20 Defence SMEs. Year upon year DTC members always top the list, and 2023 was no exception.   We are delighted to share that NIOA
The Defence Teaming Centre (DTC) welcomes the intention to improve processes to realise time savings on complex projects that could amount to 12 months.  For major projects where procurement processes can take four or more years this is a step in the right direction and applying continuous improvement principles, we hope to see this target continually challenged to realise greater efficiencies. The review has highlighted the need to introduce capped evaluation periods.  This will provide