Greece's economic instability is a topic that has been teetering along the edges of our consciousness ever since the financial crisis. But beyond the attention grabbing headlines, what does Greece's disastrous economic state mean for you and more significantly your business?
For an SME, exporting can open up many doors to growth and expansion. A British Chambers of Commerce Report announced only last month that businesses that export can grow 20 per cent more than those who do not. With the world’s largest economy, the US is often seen as the land of opportunity. By exporting beyond the boundaries of the Eurozone, which is on the brink of another crisis, small businesses have the opportunity to substantially expand their empire.
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The government has big plans for small businesses this year. With the International Festival for Business set to take place in Liverpool in June, it is hoped that exports will double to £1 trillion by 2020.