International expansion

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Mexico: much more than the M of the MINTs

Gabriela Castro-Fontoura, director at Sunny Sky Solutions, gives her tips on how businesses should prepare before entering the Mexican market.

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Building a better business in Brazil

Glenn Porter, general manager of international identity verification at GB Group, provides a run down on what needs to be done to enter the Brazilian e-commerce market.

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How Britain’s SMEs can tackle the Chinese market

Gary Berlyn, managing director of The Business Channel.TV, discusses the opportunities a growing China presents British SMEs.

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From hatching eggs to Formula 1 thermometers: Businesses making the leap to a global stage

While moving operations onto a more global scale can be fraught with issues, GrowthBusiness meets four businesses which have successfully bridged the gap.


Going global: It’s not just for big business

Building a high-growth business stage two: Making the international step from the outset.


Kallik charged with Midven cash to pursue international expansion

Venture capital firm Midven is supporting the international expansion plans of Kallik by investing in the business.


BVCA and UKTI team up to promote UK business fundraising

The British Private Equity & Venture Capital Association are coming together with UK Trade and Investment to launch a new partnership aimed at promoting the fortunes of companies looking to expand globally.


Global expansion finance for Vita Liberata

Broadlake Capital has closed its 15th deal in the last seven years through the backing of celebrity-endorsed Vita Liberata.


Specialty European Pharma receives £2.5 million loan

A venture capital-backed pharmaceutical marketing firm has raised debt of £2.5 million to fund global expansion.

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Global expansion on a shoestring

British businesses don’t need to open an overseas office to start trading internationally. There are smart ways for companies to expand their customer base geographically without making a massive and risky investment.

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The complexities of cross-border deal-making – International rescue

High stakes, political intrigue, missing documents and private detectives. Tanya Nash and Martin Kitchen of Denton Wilde Sapte tell of the complexities of cross-border deal-making. Patrizia Rossi reports.

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British business in Brazil

Brazil is the world’s fifth most populous country, with a growing middle class, a stable government and world-class companies looking for foreign partners. We meet British entrepreneurs operating in Latin America’s largest economy.