While the global economic situation remains stormy, British companies are charting a course for new trading partners, as Kathryn Hopkins discovers
Technology is nurturing more methods of international payment and financial services than ever before, which is aiding global business expansion, writes Elizabeth Pfeuti
UK firms must exploit strong demand in emerging markets for British-made products, writes Chris Johnston
As investors wake up to untapped potential in Africa, Pete Guest looks at opportunities for British businesses south of the Sahara
As the global transportation market matures, Jason Hesse finds that customers remain at the heart of the world’s most successful supply chains
As companies venture abroad to offset shrinking domestic returns, Jason Hesse learns that awareness of local business customs can go a long way
As retail revenues plateau in Western markets there have been some notable successes for British companies and brands penetrating developing markets. While this is a popular means of reaching new growth targets and boosting returns in overall portfolios, choosing a developing market is more complex than looking through the traditional bricks-and-mortar lens to determine where [Read more]
Where in the world should far-sighted businesses look for customers in the next decade and beyond?