Anglia Translation’s Guide to Export Success

The evolution of technology has made the world a much smaller place. It is now easier than ever to communicate and work with people who are hundreds and thousands of miles away. What’s more, there is still a wealth of untapped opportunities to take advantage of.

We’ve helped numerous businesses launch and grow into new markets. Operating in different markets also helps to insulate your business against fluctuations in the economy of any single territory.

So, the question is, do you want to grow your business and explore new markets?

Here at Anglia Translations Ltd, we can help you make initial contacts with potential new clients so you can assess new markets at an affordable price. We’ll work with you to ensure you consider cultural differences, along with local laws and regulations, and that you have the materials required for your business to succeed.

Take your business to the next level by exporting!



Export Support from Anglia Translations Ltd

Research shows that customers are a lot more likely to buy from a company that speaks their language, which is where we come in.

To help you succeed, we have an introductory export package that includes translation of the following:

  • 1x company brochure / flyer (up to 900 words)
  • 1x product brochure / flyer (up to 600 words)
  • 1x introductory email (up to 300 words)
  • 1x standard response email (up to 200 words)
  • Homepage text for your website (up to 500 words)
  • 2x Facebook posts (up to 200 words each)
  • 3x Twitter posts (up to 140 words each)

Price: £395 + VAT per language*

This package can be tailored to your specific requirements.

In addition to the above package, we also offer other important export services, such as:

*Price for FIGS languages only. Price may vary for other languages.




Useful Tips & Advice

Identify your market – Different countries import different goods. Trends also change regularly, as do trading regulations. Consider where your product or service may have the best opportunities and create a strategy based around this.

Get registered – When you’re looking to enter a new market, it is vital that you register/patent your business name, products and services, as a UK patent doesn’t apply globally.

Communicate well – A well thought out communication strategy is vital to your success. It builds your brand and helps spread the word about who you are, what you do and why people should be interested in you. To succeed you’ll need to consider the culture and the language you use.  

Make alliances – It’s often a good idea to have someone on the ground, or for you to at least spend a lot of the time in the country you’re looking to export to. It is necessary to enable you to build relationships and establish yourself within the business communities.

For more advice, check out the following export plan >

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