Lyn Palmer, International Trade Manager at Business West gives her top tips for how to get started in export and make your overseas trading a success"
1. Before starting to export, do your homework
Given the number of markets worldwide which have export potential, you need to be prepared and do your research so that you select your market wisely. UK Trade & Investment and your local Chamber of Commerce are a good place to start.
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