Category: International Trade
International Trade Migrant Life

Doing business with India

As small businesses and entrepreneurs look to expand internationally, one of the more interesting and potentially promising locations is India. India presents a unique mix of potential and challenges. The economy is growing at a healthy pace and includes high-tech and low-tech enterprises. On the other hand, reports from various economic analysts suggest that the...

Jennifer
Business International Trade Migrant Life

Romania: Continuing growth in profits and profitability

Few countries in Europe can boast the variety of tourism spots quite like Romania. From sandy Black Sea beaches to the fortified churches of Transylvania, from the ski slopes of Brasov to underground salt mines — Romania has a lot to offer, including great summer weather, and figures show that more people see the country...

Stephen McGrath
Business International Trade

Doing business with Turkey

A number of consultants and analysts who work with small to medium-sized businesses (SMEs) recommend doing business on an international level as one of the keys to success. Entrepreneurs are often willing to explore setting up a new business in another country to take advantage of the attractive supply and demand opportunities and favourable economic...

TransferGo Blog
Business International Trade

Doing Business with Greece

One of the key characteristics of entrepreneurs is their willingness to explore every option that will add to their chances for success. Often this includes moving or starting their business in another country to take advantage of attractive opportunities. In this installment of our Doing Business series, the TransferGo Blog looks at Greece. Greece’s economic...

TransferGo Blog
Business International Trade

Doing business with Czech

The entrepreneurial spirit of today’s society rivals that of the industrial revolution. Small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) continue to flourish and to have a substantial impact on the economies of many countries. The growth of SMEs and our growing number of business clients is the reason the TransferGo Blog publishes our regular “Doing Business” series,...

TransferGo Blog
International Trade

Cash is No Longer King

It’s 2017 and cash as we know it is in the twilight of its career as currency king. In fact, data shows that by 2026, around only 36% of people in the UK will be using cash at all. Even the traditional chip-and-pin card payments are starting to look rather old-age in a landscape of...

Stephen McGrath