The dynamics of international trade for SMEs are challenging. Can a “market maker” (broker) play a supporting role?

 

‘Going international’ is challenging. Can the “market maker” (broker) play a greater role in providing the business development skills needed to win new customers and find new suppliers? If you are looking to find a buyer, or seller, in the UK; the Baltic & Nordic countries and Russia & the Commonwealth of Independent States, then read on . . .

 

I would like to introduce you to "Smarter Business Brokering" - the business brokering arm of Smarter Limited; an international trading, consulting and interim management company.

 

Smarter focuses on Vertical Marketplaces. Having negotiated and closed numerous deals in the past, Smarter helps companies secure the critical skills and distinctive competencies needed to manage the challenges and dynamics of international trade; by ‘matching’ and/or representing buyers and sellers. Smarter combines proven business experience, across many sectors, with extensive local market knowledge to help entrepreneurs and investors get the right deal.

 

Working with its partners, Smarter also provides a range of additional services, including: commercial negotiations; translation services; international legal advice; risk & transaction management; insurance & foreign exchange; international logistics and bonded warehousing.

 

For most deals, Smarter operate a retainer plus success fee, based on a percentage of the value of the transaction, plus any added-value services; with the retainer being deductible from the success fee upon the closing of the transaction.

 

For more information please follow the link below:

 

http://www.smarter.co.uk/14379/14405.html

 

Smarter Business Brokering

 

‘Matching’ buyers and sellers in the UK; the Baltic & Nordic countries and Russia & the Commonwealth of Independent States.

 

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Ken Davey
20.10.2012