Posted on 23/09/2021 by DHL Express
Trade Secretary announces five-point plan for digital trade
In her first speech since being appointed as International Trade Secretary, Anne-Marie Trevelyan has unveiled the government’s five-point plan to establish free and fair digital trade, opening up more opportunities for British businesses and consumers in the global marketplace.
The new plan will aim to make it easier to buy and sell goods internationally, as well as strengthen data protection, and promote digital innovation to streamline the trading process.
Figures show that digital trade was worth £326 billion in 2019.Read the full speech
6 ways to successfully upscale your business in 2021
From protection and funding, to personnel and marketing, making key decisions for your business is what will help you stand out and even thrive in an increasingly competitive market.
Whether you’re an already-established business that is looking to tap into the UK’s economic upturn, or you are one of the growing number of Brits with entrepreneurial aspirations, click below to find out 6 ways to successfully grow your business.Find out more
From B2B to D2C: How to pivot to sell direct-to-consumer
Direct to consumer (D2C) was always thought to belong to the B2C sales model. However, with the advancement of e-commerce software, the closure of bricks-and-mortar stores, and the availability of fulfilment services to manage shipping, it is fast-becoming a viable channel for B2B businesses.
With 81% of consumers saying that they plan to shop directly from manufacturers over the next five years, have you considered adding D2C to your sales strategy?Discover more