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International Trade Hub

Helping you scale your business internationally

We’re here to help you succeed with the latest technology, research and tips to expand your business.

Sage International Trade Hub

On average SMEs generate an extra £278k as a result of exporting overseas1, but cross-border trade requires strategic decision making in a world of changing regulations.

If you engage in any of the following, the Sage International Trade Hub can help.

  • Exporting/importing goods or services
  • Making foreign investments
  • Managing complex supply chains
  • Hiring from abroad

Trade-enabling technology

Sage products include features that cover a variety of trade needs whether you’re the one creating a purchase order or receiving a sales order.

In addition, our products have tools to help you manage inventory, inter-company transactions and documents. Review the grid to see which product best meets your needs - Accounting, Sage 50cloud, Sage 200, Sage X3 - or reach out to our team to help guide you further via phone 0800 923 0345,or request a callback.

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Sign up for online training

The landscape for international trade is changing quickly and significantly, with notable shake-ups like Brexit playing a role.

Sign up for online training to better understand steps that businesses like yours can take to be ready for the future. Register below to find out more about our training schedule when it goes live later in October.

Global trade data and insights: How does your business compare?

Sage conducted a global survey with YouGov on the topic of trade. Take a look at the highlights from our research and see how you stack up against regional peers.

See research highlights

Get started with our free guides on trade

Sage has produced these guides for international trade to help your business scale up to the next level. 

The small business guide to import and export

International trade: A guide to mastering the economic climate

Preparing for Brexit: Key business actions to consider

Trade news and advice

See our latest blogs on trade, targeted to medium and small businesses, packed with useful insights and tips to help you understand how trade could affect your business - and how to use the changing environment to your advantage.

For medium sized businesses

Business after Brexit: What businesses need to do now

Business after Brexit: What businesses need to do now

Business after Brexit is a unique, free guide for Brexit readiness in businesses. Download it now and keep your business moving post-Brexit.

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Customs and VAT after Brexit: What happens for UK businesses?

Customs and VAT after Brexit: What happens for UK businesses?

With a UK-EU trade deal in place, discover what that means for customs and VAT, and what your business needs to do now.

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Postponed VAT accounting: How it works for businesses importing goods into the UK

Postponed VAT accounting: How it works for businesses importing goods into the UK

Postponed VAT accounting means business admin and tax must be done differently when dealing with importing. Here's what you need to know.

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EORI number: How to apply and trade with the EU after Brexit

EORI number: How to apply and trade with the EU after Brexit

Learn about EORI numbers, which your business will need if you're importing and exporting goods within the EU.

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Deferred and simplified customs declarations: What businesses need to do

Deferred and simplified customs declarations: What businesses need to do

Deferred Declarations and Simplified Declarations are a requirement when importing post-Brexit. Here's how to register for and implement them.

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What manufacturers need to do after the Brexit transition period

What manufacturers need to do after the Brexit transition period

How will Brexit affect manufacturing? Discover some implications and learn why investing in people and new tech will help your business.

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Handling VAT when trading internationally

Handling VAT when trading internationally

International trade can be a great way to improve your business performance but requires careful management in order to comply with VAT requirements.

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How to deal with data localisation when trading abroad

How to deal with data localisation when trading abroad

International trade can make data localisation a barrier and an extra cost. This article explains the fundamentals of how to navigate data sovereignty.

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For small businesses

Business after Brexit: What businesses need to do now

Business after Brexit : What businesses need to do now

Business after Brexit is a unique, free guide for Brexit readiness in businesses. Download it now and keep your business moving post-Brexit.

Read more Read more
Customs and VAT after Brexit: What happens for UK businesses?

Customs and VAT after Brexit : What happens for UK businesses ?

With a UK-EU trade deal in place, discover what that means for customs and VAT, and what your business needs to do now.

Read more Read more
Postponed VAT accounting: How it works for businesses importing goods into the UK

Postponed VAT accounting : How it works for businesses importing goods into the UK

Postponed VAT accounting means business admin and tax must be done differently when dealing with importing. Here's what you need to know.

Read more Read more
EORI number: How to apply and trade with the EU after Brexit

EORI number : How to apply and trade with the EU after Brexit

Learn about EORI numbers, which your business will need if you're importing and exporting goods within the EU.

Read more Read more
How Sage is helping small businesses thrive in a post-Brexit world 

How Sage is helping small businesses thrive in a post-Brexit world 

Discover how using Sage Accounting can help you manage your business processes with ease once the Brexit transition period ends.

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Deferred and simplified customs declarations: What businesses need to do

Deferred and simplified customs declarations : What businesses need to do

Deferred Declarations and Simplified Declarations are a requirement when importing post-Brexit. Here's how to register for and implement them.

Read more Read more
How does Brexit affect freight forwarding for small businesses?

How does Brexit affect freight forwarding for small businesses ?

How does Brexit affect freight forwarding ? Read this for answers and input from BIFA, a trade body that represents many UK freight forwarders.

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What is a customs broker and how much will it cost to use one?

What is a customs broker and how much will it cost to use one ?

Discover what a customs broker is and find out how and why you would need to use one when dealing with international trade.

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Sage Marketplace

Do you want to expand your business abroad while using the latest technology and apps ? Sage Marketplace will help you do just that.

Sage Legal Disclaimer

The information contained herein is for general guidance purposes only. It should not be taken for, nor is it intended as, legal advice. We would like to stress that there is no substitute for customers making their own detailed investigations or seeking their own legal advice if they are unsure about the implications of trade on their businesses.

While we have made every effort to ensure that the information provided herein is correct and up to date, Sage makes no promises as to completeness or accuracy and the information is delivered on an “as is” basis without any warranties, express or implied. Sage will not accept any liability for errors or omissions and will not be liable for any damage (including, without limitation, damage for loss of business or loss of profits) arising in contract, tort or otherwise from the use of or reliance on this information or from any action or decisions taken as a result of using this information.


1Sources: Sage Powering the Nation 2019 Study; The Growth Company UK