The Benefits of International Trade
Successfully establishing a business that engages with, and has built a reputation among the local community is great.
Made in Britain
For many consumers, ‘Brand Britain’ suggests craft, style and quality. For many British companies, having a ‘Made in Britain’ label is a significant part of their brand identity, helping them sell more products and export into overseas markets.
Turning a cultural boundary into a launchpad
International expansion is exciting for anyone but it can also act a learning curve for your business. One misplaced word, hand gesture, or even inaction can deeply insult your overseas customer or partner.
Too fast, too soon
When exporting for the first time, you have aspirations and goals for your business. However, what happens when your product or service takes like a duck to water in your new market?
The road less travelled
When exporting, it’s always tempting to go for the bigger and more established markets, as these could provide much bigger, and presumably more profitable contracts.
Newable's International Trade Consultancy, the Export Engine, took the stage at the CBI's Annual MSB Conference recently.
The Future of International Trade
Newable's Export Engine hosted a business briefing about the prospects for UK companies in international markets.
Earlier this month, Newable's events team delivered a highly successful trade mission for the Department of International Trade, promoting London FinTech companies in Central Eastern Europe.
Get exporting – it’s essential – By Newable on behalf of the Department of International Trade
International trade is a great way to grow your business making it more flexible, competitive and resilient.
Art, London, and being proud – By Deborah Lynch-Doyle, International Trade Advisor
Art has the power to enrich our lives and the UK economy. It is no surprise that the Centre for Economic and Business Research estimates that the arts and culture sector contributes £7.7bn to the UK national purse.