UKTI Preparing to export: ten key steps

Take a look at the UK Trade & Investment (UKTI) ten key steps to starting export opertations. The ten steps UKTI recommends and describes are: 1. Review your export potential 2. Develop an action plan 3. Research and prepare to visit the market 4. Explore routes to market entry 5. Find out about selling and marketing your product overseas 6. Think about cultural and linguistic challenges 7. Prepare to manage finance, payment and risk 8. Prepare to protect your intellectual property 9. Prepare to fulfil your orders and get your documentation right 10. Choose your distribution, shipping and delivery methods. The UKTI site contains significant information for UK exporters as well as real life examples of export company SME start-ups. www.erskine-law.com

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Daniel H. Erskine, a New York and Connecticut admitted attorney and solicitor of England and Wales, represents U.S. individuals, companies, joint ventures, foreign businesses, and foreign nationals on complex legal matters under US and UK law concerning general corporate matters, sale of goods and services transactions, executive and general employment matters for public and private companies, general service contracts for highly skilled personnel and craft labor workers, contract bid processes, union labor activities, and subcontractor arrangements (including special employment and employee leasing arrangements). Attorney Erskine drafts and assists businesses with Commercial Agreements, Bid Documentation, Purchase Orders, Sale of Goods Agreements, Service Contracts, Employment Agreements, Legal Opinion Letters, Contract Review and Markup, Export Compliance, Technology Licensing, and other law related company matters.