Investment and funding
Export Essentials Guides
Understanding your capability and capacity
Exporting places additional pressures on your business, particularly your finances, production and your people. If you’re planning on successfully scaling your business, identify any limitations and strengthen now.
Understanding your channel partner options
How you present yourself in a new market is critical. You’ve done the research, you know there’s a profitable international market opportunity, now select the right channel partner, and you’ll be good to grow.
Understanding your exporting costs
Estimating the costs of doing business can be hard enough here, trickier when you are looking at international markets. The more accurate your budgets are, the less financial risk for you and your business.
Understanding your export pricing options
Pricing is not an easy task – with so many variables at play, potential profit can quickly turn into a disaster. It’s time to get your pricing strategy right and achieve greater profitability and competitiveness.
Understanding your in-market competitors
Have a clear view of the competitive landscape. Conduct thorough research using multiple channels and sources of market intelligence to identify your profitable niche and develop your winning go-to-market strategy.
Understanding your international compliance requirements
If you are not compliant with the regulations of the jurisdiction you are entering, you will fail in your export venture. It is that fundamental. Avoid unnecessary costs, product hold-ups and risks to your business.
Understanding your international funding options
Ensure you’re ready with a robust plan to fund your export growth. Take time to understand the financial implications – the cash flow and capital requirements – to successfully enter new markets.
Understanding your logistics options
Logistics is more than a simple equation balancing out the cost and timing of transport options. With stringent and specific market requirements, it’s all about getting the details right and avoiding costly mistakes.
Understanding your market research requirements
Robust market analysis will help you identify markets with the biggest opportunities for return on investment. Focus your resources where you are most likely to succeed.
Understanding your value proposition
To succeed in new export markets, you’ve got to offer something unique and of value. Discover how to develop a Value Proposition that sells the benefits of your product or service, and how to test your market fit.
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