World First recently held the Think Global event in London to help SMEs looking to make their mark overseas and achieve exporting success.
Currency volatility can harm your business if you trade globally. Take a look at this guide to see how you can protect yourself.
On 11 October 2016, World First held its first inaugural Think Global event – aimed at burgeoning exporters and SMEs looking to grow business overseas.
Mauricio Munguia, head of Latin America Desk at Santander UK, gives his views on the main opportunities and challenges that the Mexican export market offers.
Amazon offers customers a choice of more than 150m different items, but this is only possible because of the variety of products sold by third party sellers on Amazon Marketplace.
With the Amazon Growing Business Awards taking place on Wednesday 30 November 2016, now is the perfect time to look back over some of the previous winners – specifically the champions of the exporting category.
A digitally enabled global market, better access to funding and increased support for entrepreneurs is good news for growing businesses. But the reality of expanding to new places can also be littered with hidden challenges.
Richard Cuda, Santander UK’s Middle East specialist, gives his views on why UK businesses should consider the UAE as an export market, some of the challenges that should be considered before entering the market and the services which are available to UK businesses without even leaving the UK.
Trading overseas can have many benefits. But finding those international leads can be so difficult, and so prohibitively expensive, that many exporting businesses feel landlocked. The question is, where to begin?
George Osborne replacement Philip Hammond is currently on an overseas assignment in China, which will see him encourage business and investment ties between the country and Britain.
Growth for SMEs can be tricky, particularly where international expansion is concerned. But it doesn’t have to be, writes Adam Reynolds, the CEO of webexpenses, in the first of two insightful features.
The next step in our new country export series takes us to Chile, where Mauricio Munguia, director of the Latin America desk at Santander UK, explains why a positive attitude towards international trade and free trade agreements with a wide range of countries makes the nation a good bet.