Business: Beat The International Boundaries

business international


Mar. 22 2020, Published 6:40 p.m. ET

Share to XShare to FacebookShare via EmailShare to LinkedIn

There is definitely an international pressure going on at the minute. The pressure for a business to be good enough to trade internationally is one that a growing business faces. Often it can be hard to reach overseas customers because there are already so many businesses in that country already doing what they’re trying to do. But there are ways of generating leads overseas easier than ever before. Thanks to the Internet that we love to use so much. Thanks to the power of social media. Thanks to the growth in business technology and the ability to outsource tasks. So as long as you have the foundations for a good business, and you have a way of making overseas money, then this is the right article for you. We’re aiming this post at all of the businesses who are ready to take the jump to become an international company. Keep on reading to find out more. 

business international

Find Overseas Ties

The first thing you need to do is understand whether you’re going to be able to trade overseas. You have to be able to sell something that people want. For example, Nandos has restaurants in all corners of the world because they’re selling food that everyone wants. The same goes for what you’re selling. Whether it be a product or a service you have to make sure that you have a market to sell in in another country. Generally, you will be able to, it’s just a case of finding out how you can do it. Finding overseas ties to brands who can help you establish connections will boost your chances of success. It’s a good idea to see what other brands in your niche are doing and how they’re finding their trade routes. Often trading in big cities in other countries brings more success.

Article continues below advertisement

Find Logistical Solutions

The hardest part is often establishing offices and hiring people in another country if you’re selling services. You’ll have to do exactly what you would in your own country. Set up an office, and you could use a recruitment company to find employees for you. If you’re selling products, you’re going to need to look at things like freight shipping and how much that is going to cost. Click here to get a Less-Than-Truckload (LTL) freight shipping estimate to see how much it would be for your business. Once you have the location sorted or the trade route picked out, you can then begin trading as a business in your chosen country. 

Market The Move

You definitely need to make sure that you’re going to market the move. The country you’re going to needs to know all about your business, and that’s easily done through social media marketing, billboard marketing, and even TV marketing. You need them to be more direct and they definitely need to stand out. The more attention you can get before you do the move, the more money you’re going to be able to make from it. Marketing in other countries is so easy! 

[Editor’s note: This article is produced by one of our trusted partners.]

Ambition Delivered.

Our weekly email newsletter is packed with stories that inspire, empower, and inform, all written by women for women. Sign up today and start your week off right with the insights and inspiration you need to succeed.


Latest The Main Agenda News and Updates

    Link to InstagramLink to FacebookLink to XLinkedIn IconContact us by Email

    Opt-out of personalized ads

    Black OwnedFemale Founder