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Exporting

Jordan wrote for a topic page called "Import and Export". But this split into two on the website, a topic page called "Exporting" and "Importing". Both topic pages do not have any text on them currently. You can reuse what Jordon wrote:

It is vital to consult with a business coach, a lawyer and an accountant before exporting any of your products to another country. There are important quality control and regulatory requirements that your business must meet, depending on the industry you are operating in and the type of product you provide. In addition, the country you are exporting to will have its own regulatory requirements, so speaking with an experienced export consultant is highly recommended.

Before exporting a product, you must consider:

  • Is my product safe and legal to export?
  • Is my product easily broken or prone to malfunction?
  • Is there a market for my product overseas?
  • Have I factored all of the labour, packaging and shipping costs into my calculations?

The finer points of setting up an export business can be found on our exporting services page.