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Whether you've grown your business in New Zealand and are now looking for the next step, or you want to go international from day one, exporting your products and services has the potential for large rewards, but comes with equally large risks.
On this page we share our tips and resources on exporting, for North Canterbury businesses.
The key to setting up export channels successfully is planning, investment (of time and money) and research.
We recommend that when you are considering exporting, you make use of the expertise that is available through government departments and business coaches to ensure that exporting is a good move for you, that you are covering all of your bases, and that you minimise your risks.
Want some tips from local exporters? Check out our 2017 North Canterbury Exporters series >>
If you are looking for local exporting services we encourage you to view our list of Business Service Partners. These are businesses that have partnered with Enterprise North Canterbury and offer specific services for start-up businesses in North Canterbury.Business Services for North Canterbury Start-ups
BDO is a full-service accounting, audit, tax and advisory firm. BDO is part of a network of international member firms, with 11 independently owned accounting practices in New Zealand.
The BNZ has a wide range of support for business whether you are large or small. We have property specialists, small business managers, acquisition managers, commercial managers, agri managers, international specialists and many more specialists to help your business.
ENC has the ability to assist you, not only by pointing you in the right direction to obtain the relevant information on exporting in business, but may be able to provide you with New Zealand Trade & Enterprise (NZTE) training vouchers.
ENC will assess your business and direct you to suitable training courses, advisors, information and other public and private services that meet your particular development needs. In some cases you may qualify for a partial subsidy, in the form of a Capability Development Voucher, to help pay for the cost of services that will help you build your management capabilities.
Priority of vouchers will be given to businesses that can show high growth, export or potential to export. Businesses will be considered for voucher funding where there is significant growth and innovation potential, or impact on the North Canterbury economy.
For further information please contact our Business Support Manager Miles Dalton.
Meet some local exporters in our 2017 North Canterbury Exporters series: