UK exports to Russia in 2010 increased by 51% and equaled £3.45bn. Since 2001 UK-Russia trade has been growing by an average of 21% y-o-y.
Entering the Russian market.
Many of the western ventures in Russia have failed to work. Many have been a staggering success. In most cases, the result depends on the marketing strategy and ability of the exporter to adopt a proper marketing strategy consonant with Russia's dynamic economy.
To work out and implement a successful marketing strategy in the Russian market, it is crucial for the exporter to develop a comprehensive plan, covering all particulars of the current Russia.
Certification of the merchandise is required by law. Without proper certificates and paperwork your goods will never make it through the Russian customs or to the Russian consumers.
MCALLISTER MATHISON has been working on the Russian market for over ten years. We can support, advise, backup and guide your company not as a consultant but as an on the ground operational base.
The plan, you must have a coherent plan tailored to Russia, and commitment is the key element, it’s not a market to dabble in.
Planning and execution of that plan require skilled personnel and good understanding of Russian regulations and business practices. McAllister Mathison, we are here to help!
Daniel Craig McAllister
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Kemp House 152-160, City Road, London EC1V 2NX