Exporting News

Learn the latest exporting news and expert advice from our team of consultants. From advice on starting trading on the international stage to how to identify profitable markets, as well as the key exporting news you need to know about, we’ll be posting the content you need to read right here. 

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Watch: Webinar exploring the export potential of Switzerland

This month we partnered with Prodigo to deliver a specialist webinar exploring the export potential of Switzerland. Often overlooked as a viable opportunity, the webinar examines the current business dynamics in the country, current trade relations with the UK, opportunities for British companies and how to approach potential Swiss partners. Watch the webinar in full

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SIITACE launch announcement

At last! A voice for independent international trade & customs experts!  Launched this month is a new Society of Independent International Trade And Customs Experts – SIITACE. This represents a new, fresh approach to looking after the interests and values of this vital independent sector.  Specifically offering real help to the International Trade Community through

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Brexit 10 months on: what businesses need to know

Earlier this month we joined Deloitte on a panel discussion with Enterprise Nation. Part of Enterprise Nation’s new international trade hub, the panel discussed what’s changed for businesses in the 10 months since the end of the Brexit transition period, what support SMEs need in particular and what’s to come in 2022. Learn more about

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Switzerland looks set to remove duties on industrial goods

Swiss parliamentarians look set to unilaterally remove import duties on almost all industrial goods in a move that could come into force as early as January next year.  In a move designed to simplify Swiss customs tariffs for traders, the decision also aims to help reduce the high price of goods for consumers.  The policy

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UK VAT and International Trade (training day)

This one-day online training event is designed to explain the importance of applying and following international rules surrounding VAT. The crossing of goods and services across international borders is a vital part of the global economy, and even the smallest of mistakes and errors can cause expensive delays and other issues in the supply chain.

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Enterprise Nation top 50 advisors 2021: vote for us!

We are delighted to let you know that Go Exporting has been selected by Enterprise Nation as one of the Top 5 Export Consultants and Top 50 advisors of any category in the UK. This success is down to you, our valued customers and subscribers. We thank you. The vote is now open to select

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The Expert Exporter: concerns over Rules of Origin

It’s November already, where has the year gone to?!  In the UK thoughts are turning to Bonfire Night on November 5th, where we celebrate a failed gunpowder plot to kill King James 1 in 1605 with fireworks and bonfires across the country.  Fireworks of a different kind are about to hit UK and EU exporters

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The Expert Exporter: return of the conference and exhibition season

The conference and exhibition season is starting and this year the events are mostly back to normal rather than virtual. That’s a relief for many. Time to get away from Zoom and engage in person with potential customers and distributors from new international markets.  Video calling has its place in developing an export market. A

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BCC: Worker shortage down to Government’s lack of Brexit business planning

The British Chambers of Commerce has called out the Government for lacking Brexit business planning, resulting in UK workforce shortages.  After a weekend of fuel supply shortages and retailer Christmans warnings, the BCC made clear in a statement that businesses were suffering the consequences from excluding non-UK nationals from the UK workforce.  BCC President, Baroness

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