From giving you exposure to new markets to increasing the commercial lifespan of your products or services, there are many benefits to exporting. Make sure that before you look to expand your operations overseas, you’ve read up on our top nine secrets to exporting success.
Exporting can be a tricky process that comes with many challenges. From logistics and financing to regulations, there are various things you’ll need to think about before exporting. If you’re thinking about trading on an international scale, make sure you take the following into consideration.
Exporting presents an exciting opportunity for your business, particularly online. Selling abroad isn’t as complicated as you may think – we’ve compiled a simple set of steps to help you increase your visibility overseas.
Exporting can come with a variety of challenges – whether that’s a language barrier or cultural obstacles to navigate. We take a quick look at the risks of working in a foreign currency – and how you can manage them.
If you’re thinking of exporting, then you’ll need to be aware of the rules around tax and customs. Fall foul of tax or customs and you risk damaging your business or even landing in hot water with the authorities, so appoint an agent to handle compliance or get to grips with the rules yourself.
Mike Josypenko, helpline and special projects director at the Institute of Export, shares his wisdom, answering your most common export questions – from cultural barriers to issues around company size.
At Parcelforce Worldwide, we’re committed to helping UK businesses grow. With lots of small and medium-sized companies looking to try their hand at exporting, we’re hoping our partnership with the government’s Exporting is GREAT campaign will give these businesses the advice and support they need to succeed on an international level.