How should a trading company go about finding client’s in a new country?


We are a trading company based in the UK, and focus on exporting items from China. We are not Chinese – but Indians. Been here for 17 years and have over 60 clients in the pacific region who have been using our services to import items from China.

We are now looking at expanding into Singapore and New Zealand, and increasing our client roster in Australia too. We were looking at multiple ways to enter the market / increase our number of clients in the markets, we believe that can be achieved by linking up with an Import – commission based agent, or directly contacting retailers and wholesalers, however we have had minimal results finding agents and successfully contacting wholesalers.

What method would you guys recommend us in increasing our reach, the service sells itself, and has been doing well for the past 15 years. Just time to look into new markets as well.

Thank you for your time and inputs, it is much appreciated.


Hi there,

In the first instance, I’d have a listen to our agents and distributors webinar.

Hope it’s useful!



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