Today there are myriad opportunities for UK businesses who want to begin exporting their products to Asian countries, many of which are boasting rapid growth, writes CEO at Tail?s Trading, Siddharth Shankar.
Venture capital funding fell significantly by 30 per cent worldwide in Q4 2015, according to KPMG Enterprise and CB Insights, but British businesses defied the odds to raise $1.3bn across 113 deals during the period.
Dyson said soaring Asian demand had helped lift profits, but the business still needs to fill 300 vacant engineering roles to work on new projects.
With retailers around the globe concentrating their attention on Asia as the next frontier, many make the mistake of focusing too heavily on China.
We all have the potential to find success in an increasingly digital world. Businesses that disrupt traditional value chains can be built in a matter of days and weeks instead of months and years.
Engineering business Dyson is proving popular in Asia, with record sales in China and projected double-digit growth in South Korea for this year.
It is increasingly common for UK companies to send staff to Asia for extended periods of time. How should UK employers approach shorter and longer visits? Carolyn Brown and Susie Al-Qassab offer this advice.
As Britain’s oldest wine and spirit merchant, Berry Bros. & Rudd has pioneered many changes in its distinguished history, both at home and abroad. Here, chairman Simon Berry and managing director Hugh Sturges share the secrets of the company’s success in Asia.
UK companies are performing particularly well in Asia, and joining the ranks of the very best performing businesses in Asia.
I went to a Think Asia, Think Hong Kong event earlier this week. Towards the end of the session, one of the delegates stood up and asked how Hong Kong compares with Singapore. This is obviously a very relevant question for many SMEs looking to expand into Asia.
Writing in the Sunday Telegraph yesterday, the PM defended the purpose of his trade tour of Asia and stressed the necessity of opening up the UK to growing markets.
Dragon Theo Paphitis on why British businesses need to wake up to trade opportunities in Asia.