Canagan, a pet product producer, is one of the UK’s great untold exporting success stories. Having launched in 2012, the business now exports pet products to more than 35 countries.
Despite what the media and column inches may suggest, there are several export companies taking business to the next level, as was highlighted in our 2017 Amazon Growing Business Awards.
British rural business owners that engage in exporting expect to grow revenue and ramp up recruitment at double and triple the rate of those that aren’t, new evidence suggests.
UK employees are less likely to consider themselves devoted to their jobs – 48 per cent of UK respondents said they were loyal, compared to the 58 per cent European average.
Nearly two-thirds of SMEs (65 per cent) are concerned about the state of the global economy, and only seven per cent believe international trade is the greatest growth opportunity available to them, according to a new study.
These days, many businesses are “born global” – opening a shop online can mean exporting from the get-go. We caught up with a travel agency that has taken the plunge into global exports to find out how it’s done.
Scaling up overseas can come with challenges, but here’s a checklist to ensure you have the right global support.
If businesses don’t move with the times, they risk being left behind – expanding your brand means getting on board with new technology, even if it’s outside your comfort zone.
Increasingly becoming the case that businesses are effectively being “born global” – in other words, operating in several countries from minute one. This business providing space missions is no exception.
Trading abroad might sound daunting to many small businesses out there, but in reality with some simple guidance it is easily achievable.
Despite the economic climate and uncertainty face, overseas trading can be managed by SMEs – here’s what to expect when you’re exporting.
Anthony Scaramucci has used an interview with the BBC to draw comparisons between state and business, with the White House communications director praising the president’s approach.