Reaching International Markets

Internationally active businesses often achieve a level of growth not otherwise possible. So it's worth considering exporting your products or services.

By accessing international markets you could manage capacity more effectively, reduce your dependence on a single or small number of markets and become exposed to new ideas.

Despite intense competition from around the world, UK products, services and expertise continue to be in demand and are renowned for quality and value.

Even in the face of a global economic downturn, opportunities remain plentiful so you should consider where you could export.

High growth markets, such as Brazil, Russia, India, Dubai and China could provide a wealth of potential for you over the coming years, not just in their established cities, but increasingly, in lesser-known regional centres too.

There are also opportunities to use e-marketplaces such as Amazon and ebay to export your goods.

Whether you're venturing into selling overseas for the first time, or an experienced exporter trying to break into new markets, our experience and partnerships can help you, making doing business internationally nearly as easy as doing business in the UK.

Clive Drinkwater, UK Trade & Investment (UKTI) Regional Director North West, has filmed a series of videos highlighting how businesses can export profitably. In each video Clive gives you the benefit of his experience from UKTI and the private sector to help you prepare for export with straightforward hints and tips on what you need to think about.

There are nine videos covering everything you need to know from why you should consider exporting to how to deal with resourcing, planning and financing. If you want to find out more after watching the videos call us on 0844 257 8450, we're here to help.
You can watch the first of Clive's videos on exporting at the top of this page. 


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