Too small to Export?
That is actually a foreign concept to us.
In our experience export success is predicated on what you have to offer, its uniqueness and ability to satisfy a market need, rather than your size and scale.
There was a time when to be an exporter you had to have a large operation. Traditionally, the value of exported goods was heavily discounted and the volumes you needed to supply to ‘make the margins work’ were large.
While that might remain the norm in a number of industries, we argue that for a large proportion of small Australian businesses, opportunities abound.
We engage with business both large and small and in some cases, start-ups that are immediately destined for offshore markets.
It’s becoming more and more common for us to work with small businesses manufacturing in one country, importing for their domestic needs while fulfilling international orders directly from their foreign manufacturers.
So what does that mean to the majority of SME business owners out there?
- There are opportunities outside of your domestic market but you have to get involved
- It takes some research, planning and preparation but it is very achievable
- Remain astute and mitigate the risks.
Not unlike your current business operations I am guessing.
If you are looking for that kick start…Put your hand up and contact CVEN.
For the month of May we are offering FREE online sessions to help you with your export questions. Visit this link to book a time.
WHO IS CVEN ?
CVEN is an export advisory with a difference. Our team are hands on and engage internationally with buyers, compliance agencies and logistic specialist on a daily basis. This means the information we provide and the pathways we use are the result of the international business we undertake, everyday.
CVEN is different – we export.
Read our services pack to find out how we can help you achieve your export goals.