Export management is a complex job. Making sure that all loose ends are covered is extremely crucial in getting your company off the ground and avoiding expensive mistakes.
Moreover globalization is affecting manufacturers at an increasingly rapid rate. With new markets and trade agreements there is also a strong competition in place and a strong urge to enter new international markets.
The way we work is straight forward and the process we follow helps businesses to understand how the foreign markets work and explore opportunities in a quick and efficient way.
We seek out new markets and distributors for our clients' products, operating in similar fashion to a company's local representative or sales executive, but on an international scale. Over the years we have built up an international reputation for delivering the highest standards possible in international customer service and order fulfillment. This way we have helped companies connect with international distributors and increased their sales and marketing presence overseas.
Our aim is to offer to companies an established distribution channel, an extensive market research and an international know-how. Additionally our logistics experience allows us to easily coordinate shipments for international orders.
Finally, to insure reliability, we depend on the use of dozens of Checklists and Action Plans, ourExport Launch Program, which uses Critical Success Factors that we’ve identified during numerous major industry cases, to realistically evaluate the market opportunities for your products. Such factors include:
Identifying the best potential customers, sales channels and sales leads
Determining approximate potential sales volume in the foreign market
Selecting the best agents and distributors
Pinpointing your key entry points and niches in the Target Market
Analyzing the current competition in Targeted Niches
Creating strategies that insure solid profits and healthy market share
Analyzing current and projected political and economic climate
Identifying principal cost and risk factors in the Target Market
Analyzing logistical and operational needs
Identifying duties, regulations and other restraints to trade