Theresa May has written a hand-delivered letter to China’s president Xi Jinping and PM Li Keqiang, in an attempt to strengthen ties after nuclear dispute.
Employers seeking to capitalise on the wealth of opportunities in global trade have until 21st September to sign up to the Institute of Export’s flagship Foundation Degree course.
As a small business owner you’ve probably spent years working to create, refine and establish your brand. It’s the thing that makes you unique and allows your customers to instantly recognise you. The world’s most successful brands not only help to set them apart from the crowd but can build loyalty, generate revenue and inspire […]
A large number of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the UK are missing out on international sales by failing to utilise their digital channels, according to new research.
It was one of the most discussed aspects of the EU referendum debate: The UK’s contribution to the EU budget. Now the government has announced plans to ensure many of the regions and sectors of the UK that previously benefited from the EU budget, will continue to do so.
It’s been a double misfortune for the French agricultural business, but there has been a boost for its wine industry.
For as long as I can remember, China has been one of the world’s fastest growing economies, far outstripping the growth of most developed nations. What am I saying? China has been the fastest growing for as long as I have lived.
Legal safeguards businesses have put in place to protect their trademarks and design rights in the UK may not be valid when we officially exit the European Union. If you used a European-wide right to protect your IP it will no longer be valid in the UK when we leave, which could result in infringements […]
Posted on 11th August 2016 in International Trade.