New markets/all case studies

Trunki rolls out its exports
Rob Law, CEO and founder of Magmatic, the creator of Trunkis

Rob Law’s Trunki suitcases have been an international hit from the outset. It started from the moment that he posted up a press release on a popular design blog to gauge interest in in his concept of wheeled suitcases for young children. It immediately led… Read more »

Wiggle’s straight path to online growth

Wiggle started as a bike shop in 1920s Portsmouth. Today it's one of the world's biggest online retailers of cycling, running and swimwear goods, selling to 90 countries around the world. Its explosive growth kicked off in 2009 after the company had made a significant… Read more »

Click, pay, give and grow

At this time of giving, here's a fascinating and inspiring film about a business that is transforming the act of giving. It's also about how a rurally-based business, situated among Worcestershire's mushroom and asparagus growers, can build relationships with more than 3,000 global retailers and… Read more »

Finding the best distributors: the Cyclehoop story

Guy Schanschieff isn't the only exporter to emphasise the importance of finding the right distributor. Here's Anthony Lau, founder and MD of Cyclehoop, whose clever cycle parking solutions are currently sold in 15 countries. UKTI has helped businesses such as Cyclehoop with advice and support… Read more »

How well do you know your distributors?

When you are making a niche product, it can be difficult enough to break into overseas markets in the first place. The chances are that you are just grateful that people want to buy. But as Guy Schanschieff emphasises in this film, it is really… Read more »