Trade has become the key issue in whatever type of Brexit we end up with, presenting some risks, but plenty of opportunities too, writes Cedric Porter, editor of Brexit Food & Farming.
Ever since its first day of trading in 2011, Magic Rock Brewing’s craft beers have enjoyed high demand. With the business poised for mainstream success, founder Richard Burhouse reflects on the milestones in the company’s rapid growth.
Will German kebabs, Arabian coffee and a French wine store be a hit with UK consumers? Only if brands can find the right franchisees to help them bridge the culture gap.
Sustained international growth meant that Eland Cables needed a banking partner that they could work with in the long-term to provide support to match their business ambitions. HSBC’s global reach, trade expertise and their willingness to fully understand the business and its needs offered the relationship Eland Cables was looking for.
Is it ever possible to have a supply chain that’s both cost-efficient and resilient to change and disruption?
Many British businesses remain confident that they will succeed in the current trading environment, even considering the uncertainty around the outcome of Brexit1.
How do UK companies feel about their future in the run-up to leaving the EU? And where are they focusing their energies? Our latest HSBC Trade Navigator survey (carried out in September 2018) takes the temperature of UK businesses and reveals some surprises.
While Europe will remain a key fixture of most firms’ expansion strategies, UK-based companies are also looking to the emerging markets of Latin America, Asia and beyond to capture significant growth. Here are four markets worth considering.
In just three years, REDFITS has grown from a start up to become a global company with a multimillion-pound turnover. So, how is the young team preparing for 2019 with the uncertainties of Brexit on the horizon?