Export Sales and International Sales - A Definition
Export Sales and International Sales - Selling outside of the UK. Representing UK manufactured products (or more normally US or Chinese manufactured products!) overseas. From the UK this is typically into Europe or EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa). Sometimes you will be selling direct to the end user client but more typically you sell through a locally based agent or distributor and win business in tandem with them. Languages and knowledge of customs/cultures are normally required. Salaries range from £25K to £55K Basic. For more information visit www.exportsalesjobs.co.uk
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Manufacturing pay remains stable, EEF/JAM survey shows
A new survey has revealed that in the three month period up to the end of March, salaries in the manufacturing sector remained broadly similar to the three months leading up to the end of February.
People are the 'biggest risk a company needs to manage'
A study by HR Magazine has revealed that in terms of enterprise management, people should be at the top of firms' priorities when it comes to weighing up potential risks within their company.
Consortium plans for £1.5bn investment in Welsh metro
A consortium of key businesses and enterprising bodies in Cardiff has outlined plans to make a £1.5 billion investment in a Cardiff and Valleys metro system a reality.
Automotive manufacturing 'stable last month'
Figures show that while car manufacturing fell by 0.7 per cent in February to 137,458 units, the month saw a 26 per cent increase on the equivalent period last year.
Government boost for aerospace manufacturing
The government has pledged to contribute £2 billion to a scheme to help the aerospace manufacturing industry create 115,000 much-needed jobs.
Oil and gas firms 'to create up to 34,000 jobs'
Research by Lloyd's Banking Group has revealed that corporations in the oil and gas sector could contribute up to 34,000 new jobs over the next couple of years.
Government and manufacturing industry commit £213m to supply chain initiative
The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills has announced that the government and manufacturing industry are jointly investing £213 million in a venture aimed at strengthening UK supply chains for the industry. In addition, the move will safeguard more than 16,000 jobs by creating 11,000 and protecting a further 5,000.
Funding announced for small businesses in Wales
Finance Wales is offering further funding to small businesses in the country.
Blacklisting of workers was ignored by government, BBC finds
A BBC investigation has found that the last government did not act on tip-offs from a whistleblower about the blacklisting of workers.
McDonald's CEO seeks to champion 'positive force of businesses'
As many large businesses are coming under fire due to tax evasion scandals and the way in which they source food content, the chief executive officer (CEO) of McDonald's Jill McDonald has called for the positive impact of businesses in the UK to be highlighted to the nation.