The 4 stages to establish your products in the European market are described from step 2 to step 5. In step 6 you can start a free consulting.
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The European Union has 28 countries, each country is unique and represents an internationalization option. Because of this diversity, it is a challenge to examine the different alternatives and choose the right markets.
After doing a market analysis, you get to know in detail the characteristics and needs of your target market. Hence, you can determine the viability and potential of your products.
To make important decisions, and take a firm step in the new market, you must study and analyze the market you want to conquer.
With our help, you will quickly learn how to offer your products, meeting the expectations of the industry and the European market. You will know the buyer preferences and inclinations of your potential customers and, at the same time, we will teach you techniques to seduce European users.
Check the quality and safety requirements, tax and customs laws, import restrictions, agency and liability laws, formalities to certify according to your market and the European local laws on intellectual property; in view of a smooth path of your products to Europe.
Verify that your products meet the access requirements:
Formalizing your export, your products can enter into the European market.
It is time to apply what was learned in the market analysis and in the development or adaptation of your products, aimed at the target consumer.
Now the real contest begins, you got into a market, where you will have rivals from all over the world.
So far you have learned four important things:
1. Analyze your target market.
2. Develop your products aimed at the consumer of that market.
3. Formalize the exportation. You can do it at any time.
4. Certify according to your market.
In the next section we will enter into the following topics:
5. How to win customers and make sales in Europe.
6. How to establish strong business relationships.
Next we will talk about how to you become a preferred supplier for the European industry.
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