Reap the benefits of making exports central to your business. Read our tips for breaking into new markets and expanding overseas networks.
What you need to do to be ready for export, including preparing your product or service, along with your team, finances and regulatory compliance.
Winning new overseas customers means knowing them - and your competition - inside and out. Refresh your knowledge of the basics to stay ahead.
You can sell to overseas customers directly or through an agent, distributor, license or franchise model. Use this overview to decide which is right for you.
Read our tips for making the most of handshake deals and market visits, and why face-to-face meetings are so important for international business.
A guide to selling your product or services overseas on the web - from using online marketplaces to winning new customers through social commerce.
Growing your export business requires clear planning and a smart strategy. Start here, with our summary of the key elements of an effective plan.
Upscaling your export business could require increased funds. Find new sources of finance along with advice on making sure you get paid.
Find the best way to ship your goods - from using a freight forwarder, to dealing with transportation and documentation yourself.
Read simplified guidance on customs, licensing and sanctions at GOV.UK, along with other information on exporting and doing business abroad.
Use this service to find and get on online marketplaces where you can sell your products, plus learn about special deals negotiated for UK businesses.
This service will allow UK businesses to show their products directly to overseas buyers through the Find a supplier service.
The Aid Funded Business service helps you provide your product or service to aid-funded projects worldwide, using its contacts, opportunities and advice.
Find overseas opportunities from businesses looking for products or services like yours. Filter results by market, sector, value and more.
Benefit from the insider knowledge and industry contacts of advisers in your regional office of the Department for International Trade (DIT).
Trade shows help you promote your business overseas and get insights into specific markets. You could be eligible for a grant to attend one.