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Exports

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The British government has an ambitious export target to achieve by 2020 – £1tn to be precise. If this is to be met, small and medium-sized businesses in Britain will have to play a big part. Find out how your company can be part of this big export drive through our dedicated section – with content looking at currency planning, logistics essentials, taxes and duties, success stories and essential statistics. To put it all into context, have a look at the top ten UK exports in 2020.

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Top tips for trading

In today’s connected world, serving global customers is now a distinct possibility for any business regardless of size or location. From Tokyo to Toronto, more consumers are using the internet and smartphones for purchasing decisions.

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Why luxury brands should focus on the Middle East

A report has revealed that on average, affluent nationals in the Middle East spend around £1,431 in beauty, fashion and gifting, with 42 per cent refreshing their wardrobe up to twice a month with the latest and greatest luxury trends. It certainly seems like a great opportunity for UK businesses!

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Exporting: From an SME perspective

Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) make up a large majority of the 140 companies located at The Surrey Research Park. These companies represent some of Britain’s most forward-thinking businesses embracing the challenge of breaking into markets abroad and reaching the Government’s £1tn export target.

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