According to Austrade, the COVID-19 pandemic is disrupting business around the globe to differing degrees, and the situation is changing daily. Exporters have experienced challenges since COVID-19 spread internationally and closed most borders They have had to adapt quickly to survive, balancing maintaining their supply and managing their customer base. Other businesses have been subject to a sudden significant shift in demand – down or upwards.
Now is the time to explore opportunities in the European market! With over 500 million consumers, Europe hosts a large number of multinationals hungry for technology and Australian innovation (Airbus, Sanofi, Bayer, Danone, Remondis, Daimler, Fiat…).
Attending trade shows is just one approach your company should consider in marketing to new customers. Other approaches include the use of media advertisements, social media outlets, partnerships, and demonstrations.
A year ago, I was frustrated with one of my clients, a small business in the electronics sector, I am helping this company export to several European markets. I was developing a nice amount of leads for them in the French market. The momentum was building up slowly year after year. But I always had a very slow response time from my clients’ team.
Announcement! At Exportia Australia Pty Ltd we are thrilled to announce that our very own Sales Champion, Isabell Muehlberger is relocating to our French Office based in Nantes.
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