Exporting is a journey. It can help your business grow and prosper. It can also improve your competitiveness by exposing you and your staff to new ideas and demands from overseas customers.
The main keys to successful exporting are commitment and planning. Whatever your product or service, as a potential or existing exporter you need to understand key issues such as marketing, pricing, logistics, competition and cultural factors in export markets.
Answer a few simple questions to understand where you are on your export journey, and how we can help you reach your goals.
New Zealand Trade and Enterprise is reminding businesses to be vigilant about non-Government websites that offer assistance with Government grant applications.
Thinking about a new market? Use our interactive map to get concise information about more than 30 export destinations.
Worth US$500 billion per annum in the US alone, selling to governments internationally is a major emerging opportunity for New Zealand businesses. In June 2015, there was a roadshow to the major centres in New Zealand to explain the scale - and complexity - of the opportunity.
If you’re looking for support to grow your business locally or internationally, here are some places that may be able to help.
Hear from Economist Corporate Network Director, Mary Boyd, about what she sees as future trends in the Chinese market.