Businesses are being encouraged to look at the export market to facilitate their plans for growth.
And here, Helen Curry from Exportis discusses how companies can overcome common export concerns and how they can help businesses take that next step.
Not enough time on your hands to think about exporting?
When asking numerous companies why they don’t already export, the most common answers were:
“I don’t have time.”
“I wouldn’t know where to start.”
“There is too much paperwork involved.”
“I can’t speak any other languages and therefore wouldn’t be able to communicate.”
In response to the above, Exportis would like to let you know:
“Exportis have the time.”
“Exportis know where to start.”
“Exportis handle all the paperwork.”
“Exportis have a number of experienced consultants, fluent in many languages and are able to communicate effectively.”
So, do you have a great product or service with international potential?
“Yes, but is it really that much more advantageous to export?”
Yes, yes, yes. Think big! Let your business grow and prosper. Here are just a few of the advantages of exporting:
- improves competitiveness by exposing your company to new ideas and overseas demands
- makes company more productive
- exporters make more money
- exporters import work practices that encourage higher work performance
- stronger financial performance
- more durability
- higher levels of innovation and productivity
- increased competition
- reduced dependency on domestic markets
- increased sales and global market share
- help to reduce trade deficit
Exportis is an independent consultancy, dedicated to helping UK companies export their products and services to the Middle East.
Exportis Group is flexible and creative in its search for opportunities and solutions that enhance its clients’ business and aspirations of overseas expansion. Our range of partnering and business development support services are designed to provide you with the opportunity and potential for success.
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Let’s work together?
So, why not get in touch to see how Exportis can help you!