• International business

    Trading internationally can bring new, and different, benefits to your business. Before deciding to trade internationally however, you will need to do your homework. We’ll guide you through the steps you’ll need to consider.

  • What you need to know

    • Importing
      A well-thought-out plan is vital if you're going to import successfully. We look at the steps you need to take.
    • Exporting
      We take you through the stages of assessing whether your company’s products or services are suitable for export.
    • Making international payments
      How to make payments overseas efficiently and securely.
      INCOTERMS (International Commercial Terms) is an internationally recognised set of trading terms. It’s the language you’ll need when you’re trading abroad.
    • International Trade Portal
      A powerful insight platform that helps you identify the best market for your product or service, buyers and suppliers you may wish to work with overseas, and trading requirements and conditions for your chosen market.
  • Looking for someone to buy your product? Search databases of importers by the product(s) they import on our International Trade Portal.

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