Sales & marketing strategies
Find new customers and new markets.
Following the UK’s exit from the European Union, NI businesses need to respond to market changes, identify customers and generate sales to drive growth within the terms of the NI Protocol.
We can help you to analyse your export sales and marketing plans alongside your business strategy to give you an accurate baseline, identify areas that will improve your export strategy, or access tailored in-market research to validate your thinking.
Moving forward, you will also need to use Incoterms when exporting; Incoterms are internationally recognised standard terms setting out buyer and seller responsibilities for delivering goods in international markets.
Our advisors can help you review your current products and services, research new markets, trading environments, routes to market, transport, logistics, supply chain, regulation and local suppliers to ensure your business can meet your customers’ expectations.
Use the links below to access advice, support and learning tools that will help your business with the EU Exit. Our support may be subject to some eligibility criteria.
- Export Documentation & Logistics: An Introduction to Incoterms®
- Business direction tutorial
- Access the UK Trade Tariff
- InterTradeIreland EU Exit tariff checker
- Export finance tutorial
- EU Exit webinar - Trader Support Service
- EU Exit webinar - Quick Guide to Commodity Codes
- EU Exit webinar - VAT and the Northern Ireland Protocol
- EU Exit webinar - Preparing your data for EU Exit
- E-commerce tutorial
- EU Exit webinar - Northern Ireland and Customs
- EU Exit webinar - Implications for Northern Ireland
- Setting Your Business Direction tutorial - Recovery horizon
- Practical Export Skills tutorial - Rebooting your value proposition
- Get export ready
- Northern Ireland business support finder
- Exporting to Brazil
- Exporting to Canada
- Exporting to China
- Exporting to Columbia
- Exporting to Great Britain
- Exporting to India
- Exporting to Japan
- Exporting to New Zealand
- Exporting to Oman
- Exporting to Qatar
- Exporting to Saudi Arabia
- Exporting to South Africa
- Exporting to South Korea
- Exporting to the United Arab Emirates
- Exporting to United States (US)