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Top 10 Exports of India & Who is Buying Them

India is the 19th largest exporter in the world, and its exports for 2017 totaled $302.2 billion. The 10 largest export categories account for about three-quarters (75.7%) of total Indian shipments. India’s total exports in 2017 stood at $302.2 billion. In 2017, India’s total exports stood at $302.2 billion. The country exported goods worth $300… Read More »

A Complete Guide to Start an Import-Export Business in India

Here is the complete guide to start import export business. in recent years, there has been major growth in the import-export business and due to this more and more entrepreneurs are trying to venture into it. Any startup would be a challenging and difficult task. The government gives numerous benefits to whoever wishes to export… Read More »

4 Expert Cost-Saving Tips You Can Apply to Save Big When You Go Global

  Taking a business across global borders already seems like a challenge for any company. For a smaller one, with less than 20 employees, it’s even more challenging. To help take the leap, most businesses outsource a mass of the work by recruiting vendors for multiple services. For an SME, the market penetration costs can… Read More »

How to send Samples to a Foreign Buyer

  Sampling is the first step ahead on the journey of Exporting! As a professional working in the Foreign Trade Industry, I have witnessed a lot of fresh exporters bogged down with a lot of doubts, worries, and concerns about sending out samples to another Country before the buyer finalizes it.  As soon as they… Read More »

Quick Start your Export Import Business

A Business Incubation Center offers ‘entrepreneurs in residence’. Meaning Experts or mentors who are still working in their respective business or industry, whose real life experiences and success & failures help start-ups & new entrepreneurs navigate the road to their individual business set up. And then there are Incubators specializing in niche businesses, like exports,… Read More »