The demand for British goods has never been higher, with children around the world buying British on Father’s Day.
UK exports increased by 8.2 % in the year to May 2018
tech gadgets are top of the list in most Father’s Day wish lists
there is global demand for quality British goods, with companies such as Mo Bros and Extreme Fliers seeing a rise in their international business since joining the Department for International Trade’s (DIT) exporting programmes
The value of UK goods exports increased by 8.2 % in the year to May 2018, recent HMRC data shows.
Making the most of international demand, Leicester-based Mo Bros are now exporting their beard care goods to 78 countries, providing the latest facial fashion to fathers everywhere.
After embarking on the challenge to ‘grow a mo’ for charity in 2014, brothers Keval, Kunal and Savan Dattani identified a gap in the market for grooming products which catered for all beard types – and so Mo Bros was born. Sourcing the finest British ingredients, the brothers produce a beard care range, exporting over 250,000 products to men around the world in the last 3 years.
Kunal Dattani, co-founder of Mo Bro’s, said:
Since working with DIT, we’ve found that there is huge international appetite for our products. The quality of British-stamped products is appreciated around the world meaning the possibilities for exporting is huge – if we can do it, so can other businesses.
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