Growing your exports
After you've set up your first successful export pipeline, you'll be looking to expand into other markets. Get guidance on what to do next, here.
Conducting regular research and development can help you maintain the competitive edge required to keep increasing your share of export markets.
Manufacturing your product overseas or setting up an office in-market can offer greater control over your business.
Recruiting people in your target market can be tricky. A poor hire can take years to come to light and cost your business dearly, so it really does pay to do everything you can to avoid it.
Planning your international growth? There are a number of agencies who can help with advice, funding and access to networks.
If you're looking to expand your marketing and sales activities, think about refining the strategies you currently have in place.
As you grow in a market, you may start thinking about new opportunities such as joint ventures, or how to protect your intellectual property.
Visiting your market and successfully navigating cultural differences are ongoing considerations when doing business overseas.
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