The demand for international mail services among small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the UK may be on the rise. After all, organisations rely on such order fulfilment when they are dealing with customers, suppliers, investors and so on overseas and a new drive is encouraging firms to branch out to other countries.
UK Trade & Investment and Barclays have teamed up to help small companies grow by offering export advice.
Enterprises will be able to get information and advice on a range of issues, from getting their first international customer to setting up overseas operations.
According to research conducted by Barclay’s branching out into foreign markets can boost businesses’ prospects considerably. It suggested that firms generate an average growth of 30 per cent after exporting for just two years.
To be successful, companies may need to ensure they source effective and reliable global mail services.
Commenting on the issue of overseas trade, government minister Lord Green said: “Boosting the UK’s export performance and supporting the growth of small and medium sized enterprises are key parts of our plan for growth that will help us secure a stronger, more balanced and resilient economy.”
He added that the government wants to see a further 100,000 British companies exporting by 2020.
Meanwhile, vice chairmen of Barclays Business Banking Steve Cooper stated that winning business abroad is a “vitally important way for SMEs to prosper”.
The expert remarked: “We are committed to helping UK SMEs take that step to winning new trade around the world, and have experts in place across the globe ready to lend their support and advice.”
These days, it is easy for bosses to source special mail services to help make their lives easier when they are dealing with individuals and organisations located in other countries around the world.