The 4 Things You Need to Know When Exporting from Australia

The 4 Things You Need to Know When Exporting from Australia

If you find that your business is growing too big for your local pond, then one of the best things you can do is look for ways to expand overseas. Exporting can be an incredible way to give your company the growth and versatility it needs to earn more cash, but it’s not generally something that you can do alone.

Running a successful business in your own country is difficult enough – attempting to expand those sales to a new market in a new environment takes the challenge to the next level. After all, you end up with a range of new and worrisome things to think about – from how you’re going to package your product to appeal to your new customer, to what kind of rules and regulations you have to follow.

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Why Who You Know Counts when Exporting Food Products

Every year, hundreds of ambitious companies across Australia decide to take the plunge into international waters – exploring new markets like China and America to help supplement their growth strategy.

Exporting food products to a new consumer environment is a great way to broaden your horizons both literally, and figuratively in the business world. After all, instead of being a brand that sells home-grown Australian food in Sydney – you’re a brand that delivers the tastes of Australia to interested customers across the globe.

The only problem with exporting your products is that you need to figure out how you’re going to overcome the challenges that you’re bound to face along the way. Here, we’re going to take a look at just some of the issues that you might encounter on your way to international success – so that you can prepare for the journey ahead.

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15 Habits of Highly Effective Food Brokers

Like any profession, you’ll find that some food brokers achieve greater amounts of success than others. This predisposition to achieving great things isn’t just down to luck – however, it comes from the careful cultivation of unique skills and habits that work to open new and exciting opportunities for those in the food brokerage industry.

Here, we’re going to peek into the secrets behind successful food brokers, and discover what it is that makes them so efficient and productive in their work. Whether you’re searching for the food broker that can give you the best results for your company, or you’re a professional that wants to enhance your abilities, this could be the one-stop article for all your needs.

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Creating a Successful Food Pitch for your Buying Showcase

Want to expand your food business into international markets?

An international buyer showcase can be the perfect way to do just that. You simply invite potential buyers from your chosen region to come along a test your product, examine your business, and consider your value. However, there’s more to successfully selling an international product than letting people taste some great food. You also need to pitch yourself to prospective buyers.

The process of getting onto the international shelf can be one of the most frustrating tasks for food entrepreneurs – because it often has very little to do with the food you’re selling. Yes, you need to provide something that tastes good, but you also need to convince the buyers in your international market that you’re going to deliver the growth and profits that they need to thrive. After all, it’s not just you that wants to make money!

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The Importance of Packaging Colours

Packaging Colours

Hey, there and it’s great to see you back here on our Blog page and thank you for visiting. So, in this post, we’re going to talk to you about the importance of packaging colours.

So if you’re in the business of food and beverage products, packaging colour is just as important as branding! And the key to understanding this is in knowing exactly who your target audience is.

So who is your target audience? Where do they live? Are they in Australia or are they overseas (or both)? What cultural beliefs do they have or what traits do they have, that you can incorporate into your packaging! What other details about your target audience do you know in detail?

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Exporting Products to China and Passing Quarantine Laws

Hello and welcome back to Dynamic Retail Solutions. If you’re in the business of exporting food products to China, then this post is for you! You’re going to learn about how to get your food exports past China’s strict quarantine laws.

So, you’re in the business of exporting food products to China, right? But wait, before you begin this, you must first be aware of CIQ!

I’m Exporting Food Products to China. What Is CIQ?

CIQ is China Inspection and Quarantine.

So like most countries, there are rules and regulations about imports and exports. And China is no different.

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Exporting for the Chinese Sweet Tooth

food exports to China

Welcome back to another Dynamic Retail post. And in today’s post, we’re talking about the Chinese Sweet Tooth. So if you’re looking at food exports to China and take advantage of their growing taste for sweet food, read on!

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Exporting Products to the Grab and Go Market in China

Exporting products can be a complicated process – particularly when you’re adhering to a brand-new market. In China, there are countless opportunities to expand your sales and improve your brand awareness, but at the same time, you’re placing yourself in a particularly challenging position. After all, not only do you have to think about export regulations, but you also need to consider how you’re going to market your product to a different type of customer.

Chinese customers may not be looking for the same features in their food products as the average Aussie customer. That means that when you’re selling dried Australian fruit and nuts, or any other product you can think of – you need to adjust your marketing strategy to meet the needs of your new, target audience.

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Let’s go Global: Why Export your Food Products?

Why should you bother exporting food?

Especially when you could focus on developing your local market instead?

Sure, connecting with a nearby audience is generally easier. But no-one ever said that running a successful business should be simple. Exporting your food products allows you to magnify your sales potential by astronomical amounts. And this gives you a level of competitiveness you could never do at home.

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