Exporting can open up a new world of opportunities for your business – but is it right for you and what is the right approach to take?
As negotiations continue, clarity on Brexit might still seem a long way off. It's important, though, to be proactive and not simply take a wait-and-see approach.
The UK’s decision to leave the EU creates regulatory, operational and financial implications for businesses of all sizes and across all industries. Rather than struggling with uncertainty, take advantage of the transition period to consider, discuss and plan for the implications of Brexit on your business.
Trading internationally can be an exciting opportunity to take your business to the next level. But at the same time, exporting and importing present a new set of financial challenges.
Whatever the outcome of Brexit negotiations, EU markets are likely to remain attractive to UK companies. A long trading history, strong relationships and accessibility often make them the first choice for companies looking to expand. As part of a growth strategy, though, other regions can offer an equally compelling proposition. Here’s just four markets you may want to consider.