New markets/all case studies

Export is no accident at Random 42

Random 42‘s world-leading specialist medical animations take viewers on incredible immersive journeys; showing how a drug might work at sub-cellular level, or how an anti-coagulant might work in the blood vessels. Now the company is going on its own incredible global journey. Its particular export… Read more »

Three Steps to India

How do you develop your business in India? Just get out there, urges Robbie Swales, director of Steps, a London-based world-leading company in interactive and drama-based learning. Having identified India as a market for potential growth, he was disconcerted by the disparity between initial enthusiasm… Read more »

Why Strix thinks global

For Paul Hussey, CEO of Strix, the world leading designer and manufacturer of control mechanism components in small domestic appliances such as kettles, coffee machines and steam irons, it is really not a question about export. It is about being a global operation. The company,… Read more »

Inditherm: a warming tale

For a lesson in getting going in exporting, Rotherham-based Inditherm has a warming tale to tell. The company makes heating and warming products such as mattresses for patients in operating theatres and in neo-natal wards as well as advanced heat products for chemotherapy. “The biggest challenge to… Read more »

No knotty export problems for Tangle Teezer
Tangler Teezer

"From the word go, we were exporting," says Shaun Pulfrey, the hair colourist who founded Tangle Teezer. He created the Tangle Teezer to glide through wet or dry hair, flicking tangles apart with no painful tugging or yanking. It was launched in the UK in… Read more »