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New markets provide paths to growth for many companies. But no new market opportunity ever looks the same. For some, it is about international trade: those that export enjoy greater revenue and profit growth than those that remain domestic in focus. Other seek out opportunities from government departments and agencies, while others build up their business by working closely with major corporations.
Every new market presents challenges and requires careful planning. Here you will find sources of practical support and advice, and case studies of companies that are expanding successfully into their chosen new markets.
Links to training courses, support schemes and other resources for businesses starting out in export, including UKTI, the British Exporters Association, Export Britain and many more.
Experienced exporters need advice and support just as much as first-timers. Arrange to talk to a UKTI representative and find links to further sources of guidance and support.
Small firms can compete for contracts worth more than £200 billion in annual public spending. Use these tools help you compete for public procurement contracts more effectively.
The Business Exchange makes it easier for small businesses to understand and take advantage of the opportunities of working with large, established corporations. Search for opportunities.
Broadband connection vouchers are available in 22 cities, check to see if your business is eligible.