Market Access and regulatory specialised consultant services for manufacturers and exporters in the animal products, processed food and beverage and animal feeds export sectors.
This Idealog Export Guide explores four ways Kiwi companies choose to build successful international markets.
Dramatically increase your market share and business prospects by expanding into new countries. A Servcorp virtual or serviced office gives you the ability to operate in another market quickly, with little risk. Over 140 premium landmark locations worldwide to choose from.
World Wide Access exports New Zealand products and sells online in America, Europe, China and Japan.
This guide is part of a Government initiative to help suppliers better engage with government and support good procurement practice. It has been developed under the New Zealand Government Procurement Reform Programme after consultation and discussion with representatives of New Zealand businesses, senior procurement advisers from government agencies, and specialiat advice from Ron Stuart.
KATABOLT fast tracks Kiwi companies into overseas markets through relationships, distribution channels and channel partners. KATABOLT has a network of more than 100 high level associates in markets as far afield as North America, Europe, Russia, Asia and Australia. It draws on the international connections made through director Christopher Boys 20 years in international sales, his work as chair of Kea Auckland (the Kiwi Expatriates Association), and KATABOLT’s partnership with the ICEHOUSE, Auckland’s business incubator and development centre.
This Going Global guide presents first hand insights into the issues faced by businesses looking at overseas markets. It is a compelling read, offering practical advice to the challenges faced by exporters and the some of the pit falls to watch out for.
Trade agreements between two or more countries make international trade easier and more efficient. New Zealand is committed to liberalising trade through a number of regional, bilateral and multilateral trade agreements. This link to the Ministray of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MFAT) details the current status of New Zealand’s trade agreements and relationships with other countries.
The Trade Law Unit within the Legal Division of the Ministry provides legal advice and representation in various international trade fora, including World Trade Organisation (WTO) negotiating rounds, WTO dispute settlement proceedings, and in Free Trade Agreement (FTA) negotiations. The Unit also provides advice on the consistency of domestic New Zealand policy with our international trade law obligations.
During the last two weeks of August 2010, ExportNZ held CEO forums in Auckland, Christchurch, Dunedin, Tauranga and Wellington to engage with exporters and discuss: what can firms do, what can ExportNZ do and what can the Government do to turbo-charge export growth?
Just 10 weeks into office, British High Commissioner, Vicki Treadell shared her views recently at an Export Breakfast in Wellington. Her theme was internationalising the export of differentiated goods and services, which she advocates is essential to step change growth at both the firm and economy level.
Annie Graham, Head of Brand for Sainsbury’s – Sustainability, Agriculture and Health, visited New Zealand recently with an interest in sourcing NZ lamb in the off-season. She also joined a range of business representatives at a BusinessNZ roundtable to share her perspective and sustainable business insight.