What is the
Traditionally Export means “A product or service sold abroad” (Oxford Dictionary).
Recently, Export means Goods or services purchased by foreign citizens. It can be purchased online or purchased by foreign tourists from the local shops. Many countries classify tourism as an export industry. Tourism is New Zealand largest export industry and the 2nd largest Australian export industry after Iron & Coal.
The differences between export and local sales are “Location” and “People”.
- Location: Transport, tariff, import regulations and distribution channels.
- People: Culture, language, social, business and political systems.
- Location is easier; people are the key difference. To be successful in the export business, you need to:
– know your foreign customers of your products & services –
Export Consultant Mission:
– Link Asia – Win & Keep Asian Clients –
Our export consultant worked in China, Japan, Singapore and Australia across tourism, education and international market development over the past 25 years with many successful stories. Our goal is to help you win & keep Asian clients for your products and services in Asia and around you.
You know your business, we know the clients. We speak their languages (Chinese & Japanese) and we know Chinese & Japanese business culture.
If you tell us your export goal we will find the solutions for you.
We do not promise you a quick export sales, we help you build an actionable export strategy and a solid export distribution network which ensure your export business grows organically in these markets. We also help you pitch Asian consumers around you.
We link the gaps between the needs of the Asian clients and the capacity of Australian businesses.
Export market development takes time, but the results are rewarding.
If you do not try, you will never get.
Now you know us and it is the time to ask yourself three questions:
1. Why do you need an export consultant? The answer is here.
2. How can an export consultant help? The answer is here.
3. What is the value of an export consultant? The answer is here.
Let’s work together and make it happen.
Call + 61 404 647 135 and tell us more about you.