How to Export Business?

Rob Arthurs develops strong business acumen for international export because his last company was a
major exporter of clothing from Canada to 450 retailers globally and hundreds local. His company was
one of the 100 fastest-growing businesses in Canada because of exports. He understands the importance of effective execution from purchase order submission, production quality, and regulation to logistics.

Furthermore, he has gained many international trade experience and insights through his 14 years in his past role in an international position as Senior Manager of Agri-Food Exports for BC. He has led dozens of trade missions with hundreds of entrepreneurs to trade shows around the world. Learning about various cultures and buying habits and welcome thousands of buyers and foreign government officials to Canada.

Export Business and its benefits

His work with the BC government was to provide advice and services to Canadian companies on

  • Market Entry Strategies,
  • importing and exporting
  • Logistics
  • Finding suppliers or Partners.

Rob Arthurs achieved the highest satisfaction rate from his clients by quickly assessing their needs and
concerns and offering relevant assessment and advice.

Why Choose Robert Arthurs International?

RAI provides resources and contact information – www.robertarthurs.com.

Rob at RobertArthurs.com is here to help businesses with export counseling, marketing strategy information, market entry support, export financing, and in-market support.

With this unique experience his database of buyers and government officials, international market entry
help is massive and in the tens of thousands. There are very few consultants with a mixture of
entrepreneurship, government relationships, and experience as Rob Arthurs International

Export Trading Expertise

Are you ready to grow? Are you seeking inventory? Do you want to take the risk out of being in just one market and being a victim to a natural disaster or a downturn in the economy?

Then you should be looking for export business and Rob Arthurs can help you with his expertise.

Exporting: What’s in it?

Canada has always been a trading nation exports and imports consistently account for about two-thirds
of the country’s GDP. As the liberalization of global commerce continues more and more Canadian
companies are joining the international market every year.

The Benefits of Export Business

Why would a company that’s already doing well within Canada consider becoming an exporter?

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Canada has free trade agreements with 51 countries and many more coming. That means you can buyand sell duty-free.

There are Several Good Reasons to Export Business including:

  • Increase sales. If your domestics are good exporting is a way to expand your market fine for a niche market and take advantage of demand around the worlds
  • Higher profit. If you can cover the fixed cost through domestic operations or other types of financing your export business profits can grow very quickly.s
  • Economies of Scale. When you have a larger market base you can produce on a scale that lets you make the most of your resources.
  • Reduce Vulnerability. If you diversify into the international market you avoid depending on a single market place and suffering from a domestic downturn
  • New Knowledge and Experience. The global marketplace of bones with new idea approaches and marketing techniques that could also prove successful in Canada
  • Global competitiveness. The experience your company gains internationally will help keep you competitive in Canadian in the global marketplace.
  • Domestic Competitiveness. If your company succeeds in a global marketplace, it will ensure your resilience to potential foreign competition in Canada.

 The CALL TO ACTION

  • Go to robertarthurs.com to learn about upcoming trade events and webinar
  • Listen to podcasts on a wide variety of export topics,
  • Watch video testimonials to enhance your trade knowledge,
  • Select sectors and markets of interest to receive information tailor to your needs.

Every country has its own favorite social media and understanding that crowded and sometimes
confusing landscape is very important and how to reach your target market.

The Challenges to Face

Exporting has many challenges, but you can surmount them through careful preparation and planning.
Among these challenges are:

  • Increased cost– you have to modify the packaging of your products or services and account for

short-term costs such as extra travel, production of new marketing materials, and additional staff to market abroad.

  • Level of commitment. It takes time willingness effort and resources to establish and maintain yourself in the foreign market..
  • Staying for the long hall. Well, exporting holds great economic promise for most companies months or even several years can pass before you see a significant return on your export business investment.
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