Prince Andrew did praise the UK for their large amount of economic activity in the US market.
Angel, UK (PRWEB) November 19, 2014
Last week, the Duke of York made a fairly controversial statement when speaking to BBC 5 Live’s Wake up Money programme which got under the skin of many UK small business owners. The Duke of York claimed that a number of UK based businesses lacked the drive and ambition to take their products overseas and compete in the lucrative Chinese market. Whilst speaking on the programme, Prince Andrew did praise the UK for their large amount of economic activity in the US market, however admitted that he felt that most British business owners are too polite to push for dominance in the Chinese market and that they must be brasher in the future. Sales and Marketing firm Ventas Central have reviewed the claims and announced this week that they agree with the Duke of York to a certain degree, believing that with so much home-grown talent here in the UK businesses should be doing more to set themselves goals and make the most out of the recent increase in demand for ‘brand Britain’ overseas.
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British brands were recently found to be doing well overseas, with many international consumers admitting they have or would willingly pay a premium for quality British products. Ventas Central believe it’s important for UK businesses to make the most of this boom to both increase their brand awareness and secure a more prosperous and exciting future for their businesses. However, with majority of small businesses lacking staff, and many being ran as a one person operation many UK businesses are not willing to take the risk and expand overseas, claiming they are happy within their own small or niche markets in Britain.
London based Ventas Central encourage ambition, competitiveness and often push boundaries within their business and are eager to inspire other UK businesses to do the same to prevent them from stagnating on the UK market. ‘We try not to limit ourselves. If a record is set our goal is to break it. To a certain degree I agree with the Dukes statement, in business it’s important to be aggressive and push beyond expectations’ says Josh Peace, managing director of Ventas Central.
With British brands currently doing so well, Ventas central believe now is a great time for businesses to act and push themselves to enter new foreign markets. Thanks to a more stable economy and increased consumer support small businesses are seeing a surge in popularity, and the firm believe that this has put them in a strong position to break into overseas markets.
Ventas Central is an Outsourced Direct sales and marketing firm that helps a wide array of businesses to boost their sales and increase their customer loyalty. The firm work in partnership with their clients to create engaging, personalised campaigns that are uniquely tailored to suit their needs. The firm then go out on behalf of their clients and meet with customers directly, in order to create a clear line of communication between the customer and the brand. This approach to marketing has allowed Ventas Central to gain impressive results for their clients and provide a much needed to boost to their customer relationships.