Knowing how the future of international trade will affect your business will help you prepare for it
Vice President of the Institute of Export & International Trade, Arne Mielken, explained why expanding abroad is the right way forward – even in a post-Brexit world
Unless you have been living in a cave or steered clear of all forms of media, you will no doubt be aware of the current situation we find ourselves in.
The world is so used to entrepreneurs building their wealth in the private sector, but there has recently been a shift in non- profit organisations and businesses teaming up to create a new form of entrepreneurial organisation.
When you start a business, you look to solve a problem or seize a market opportunity in a particular sector.
Successful CEOs reveal why it’s vital to understand the market and hire the right people to take it global
Selecting the right professional will be one of the most important decisions a business will take this year as Brexit looms. Let us make sure you get it right.
The need for businesses to access fast and flexible financing is more important now than ever before. Even before the coronavirus crisis, businesses were looking to diversify their working capital options, and this will be felt even stronger now.
Several UK and US businesses are fearing a negative economic outlook due to Brexit, the US-China trade war, climate change and consumer shopping habits, a poll by finance provider Stenn has revealed.
Despite growing overseas demand for British goods and services, new research for UK Export Finance reveals British SMEs are still not reaching their export potential