When looking for places to do business with, the UK is probably first on the list. We have a long and history trading with them as a country, they speak the same language as we do, and there are few regulations to stop it. On top of that, their currency has taken a recent dip due to Brexit, so products are less expensive for US buyers.
The UK also has massive port, making getting products in and out of the country fairly easy.
So whether you’re shipping your goods to the UK, or looking to import large quantities, you won’t get stuck in a logistics quagmire.
Consumers regularly use the internet for making a purchase, providing many opportunities for businesses active in ecommerce. Indeed, the UK ecommerce market is similar enough that experts say that if you have sells in the US, you almost certainly have a market for your products in the UK.
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