2014 marks the 7th ExploreExport event organised by the UK trade & Investment authority. It’s shaping up to be a grand exhibition, taking place between the 7th and 14th of November in cities around the country, including Newcastle, Belfast, Cardiff, Edinburg and London. It is the largest event of its kind, with 130 UKTI Commercial Officers, British Chamber of Commerce representatives from 80 countries and hundreds of business delegates, all gathered together to discuss export matters.
This year’s theme is “Putting your business in touch with global opportunities” and “Recession is over, time to grow!”. With an increasing number of articles circulating in the business press detailing the positive returns for international export, from Forbes Ten Reasons To Invest In Sri Lanka, The Economic Times Japanese company Tama Home to build houses in India in JV and the Telegraph`s Marks & Spencer plans massive international expansion to name only a few, it is very easy to get inspired and excited about developing business in new markets. It seems like the time is perfect for businesses to start investing in new markets, before they saturate.
Professional translation is a crucial factor to building your brand abroad and helps you to engage with your new customers. K International not only helps businesses get their products on shelves in new regions, but also supports all their linguistic requirements along the way. Our processes simplify the creation of multilingual packaging and integrate closely with regulatory bodies to make sure everything is legally compliant for the target country.
Our goal is to help you understand your customers even better through detailed overseas market research. We are regular attendees of major industry events from The World Retail Congress, UK Trade & Investment conferences, Britain Means Business to various business development exhibitions to ensure we keep up to date with the latest developments. We are as passionate about E- Commerce, Bricks and Mortar and packaging as we are about delivering an excellent quality translation service.
With clients like Marks and Spencer, Tesco`s, Wizzair, Ebay, Amazon and the UK Government, we have bags of experience and can work with you to help you achieve international success.
I will be attending the ExploreExport 2014 in London on the 11th of November and will be more than happy to discuss your plans to expand and how we can help. Follow me on twitter, I’ll be happy to meet up.
Wherever you go, you must excel in communication to make an impact.