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The Logistics of International Expansion

Thanks to the growing popularity of online shopping, even the smallest companies now have access to potential customers all over the world. A useful stepping stone for many fledgling businesses is the ability to not only sell through their own e-commerce shops but to also list products on various online marketplaces like eBay and amazon. With more international products available via these channels, consumers are becoming more used to cross-border shopping.... read more


International Festival for Business - Newly Confirmed Events

The International Festival for Business (IFB) 2014 has added several new events to its ambitious programme, further enhancing its position as the UK’s most significant event for export and entrepreneurship.

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Getting International Trade Moving With BPO

The launch of new Universal Rules for Bank Payment Obligation (URBPO) by the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) has generated a flurry of interest in this new financial instrument for international trade. ... read more


The Benefits And Challenges Of Implementing An International Online Payment Strategy

Colm Lyon, founder and CEO of Realex Payments explains how online retailers need to consider the global reach of sales when implementing their online payment strategy.... read more


8 Tips For Profiting Abroad

Anglophile, Euro-sceptic or xenophobe – whatever your feelings towards the rest of the human race, I've found that most people forget about someone's origins when they see the colour of their money. Web store owners are no exception and most would like to make overseas sales, but this can seem a scary prospect. So here we'll look at a few tips and tricks on international sales as well as areas to watch out for like tax, shipping and fraud.... read more


International Business to Business Payments

From the smallest business operating on the web to huge conglomerates that transfer large amounts of funds internationally, everyone wants cost efficiency in their payment system. The issue is, of course, larger in the international payment segment because there is the currency rate to consider as well. So both types of losses, in currency and in transfer charges, need to be kept to a minimum. ... read more


A Guide to Exporting - The Road To International Success Not As Tricky To Navigate As You May Think

In the current economic climate in which the Euro has edged ever closer towards parity with the Pound, for owners and managers of UK small to medium sized enterprises overseas markets have become an increasingly attractive option. While lucrative however, it can be difficult to overcome language barriers and get to grips with the local markets and laws - not to mention the universal problems of managing late payment and cash flow. And yet, despite the many challenges along the way, the road to international success is not as tricky to navigate as you may think.... read more


Receiving Payments From Overseas Customers

There are two key issues when receiving payment from overseas customers - the currency you will be paid with and the method the customer will use to make payment. ... read more


Managing Your Overseas Customers' Payment Performance

You need to have efficient credit control procedures when selling overseas. Payment for most export transactions takes time, and you will have to finance your export activities until you are paid. ... read more


Getting Paid When Selling Overseas

Timely payment is essential for the survival of your business, especially when you're trading overseas. ... read more



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