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China is now the eighth top export destination for UK food & drinks products and our November 2018 trade mission set out to help businesses access this fast-growing market.

British businesses planning to launch into international markets for the first time are at the forefront of tackling the UK’s productivity crisis.

What stops British businesses really going for it on the international stage? Very often, it is fear of the unknown: those businesses that have yet to start selling overseas aren’t sure where to start, fear they’ll be tripped up by unforeseen pitfalls, or simply lack the confidence to tackle export markets.

Dubai is expected to receive 20 million visitors in 2020, compared to the current 16 million and retail sales are expected to see 5.6% average growth between 2018 and 2021, according to a new Dubai Chamber study released in May 2018.

In conjunction with China-Britain Business Council, we took 11 maternity, children and baby product suppliers on a trade mission to Shanghai.

UK companies are optimistic about the future. But, as our latest Trade Barometer research shows, it is those businesses with international aspirations that are most likely to take a positive view.

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