Businesses should focus on boosting trade in services

Our annual forecast for global exports helps clients prepare for the future as far ahead as 2030.

Our annual forecast for global exports helps clients prepare for the future as far ahead as 2030.

Culture Snapshot: The Real North America

A brief introduction to business culture in Canada, US and Mexico

Culture Snapshot: The Real US

A brief introduction to business culture in the United States

The changing face of Consumer Demand – Is your business ready?

Changing demographics and consumer behaviours will present new opportunities to agile businesses in the coming decades whilst posing threats to some established marketing strategies, according to HSBC’s Future of Consumer Demand report.

Business Leaders Part 3: Cultural Differences

Two inspirational business leaders exchange ideas and insights on the cultural differences that exist between employees and customers

The US opportunity: what the UK mid-market is telling HSBC

How some UK companies are making the most of US opportunities

Technical skills top the wishlist

Manufacturers in the UK are under pressure, says the EEF, but a focus on competitiveness, exports and skills could help the sector buck the trend. The third on the wishlist, however, is proving hard to fulfil.

Strategies for entering a new market

“Be agile – and don’t overestimate your product”

An international strategy should be grounded in solid cash flow and the right talent. What’s more, the ability to evolve and adapt is a key requirement for any overseas entry.

Strategies for entering a new market

Asia trade: shaping the 21st century

Change in China is having an impact on patterns of trade around the world

Tools & data

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Country Guide

Find key local information for expanding operations into new markets.

Trade Forecast Report

Explore the future of world trade with our trade forecast report.

Treasury Management Profile

Read our country guide specifically designed for treasury managers.

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