After a Client Company has determined that international trade is a responsible and profitable direction to include in their company goals, trade development is necessary to insure that the company does not incur unnecessary costs and waste valuable time in pursuing ineffective and unfruitful relationships abroad. In addition, implementation of a trade development plan requires the dedication of trained professionals, not only experienced in import and export operations, but those capable of recognizing and evaluating the numerous variables of international trade that simply do not exist in our domestic market.
Trade Development can include launching your trade plans, preparing for trade missions, hosting foreign visitors at your place of business and working on behalf of your company with government agencies to develop trade opportunities. NOTE: We do not write export or sourcing plans as a final product. Trade plans can include elements of export and sourcing, but are incorporated as part of a larger trade development plan.