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Check out our latest Webinar on Trade Data APIS

As the pandemic forces us to rethink international trade, it's important to provide customers with up-to-date data to help them maneuver their business.  Our Trade Data API solutions can help your international trade-oriented clients to execute their trade and take advantage of growth opportunities while also enabling your organization to leverage customers expansion during the pandemic. 


Santander Trade Wins for the 6th time in a row

Congratulations to #Santander for their 2020 Moneyfacts Award #BMFAwards as Best International Solutions Provider for the sixth year in a row! Export Enterprises is very proud to be the partner behind the Santander Trade Portal, a global platform supporting businesses along through their international trade journey with trade data, market insights, B2B matchmaking opportunities and much more.


Our Latest Launch Export Hub by Business Wales

Check out Export Enterprises' latest Trade Portal , Export Hub for Business Wales. A platform dedicated to helping Welsh companies find export opportunities in new markets.


Official Launch of Trade Club Alliance

Leading Banks such as Santander, Eurobank, MUFG , Standard Bank and more recently came together in London to officially launch the Trade Club Alliance, powered by Export Enterprises digital solutions. The global initiative of 14 banks aims to make international trade simpler and better by providing business clients with business opportunities based on their unique profiles. As the technology partner to the Trade Club Alliance, Export Enterprises will continue to work with each bank to improve and enhance the machine learning technology powering the Trade Club Alliance.


14 partner banks reveal Trade Club Alliance’s platform

GTR: Oct. 2, 2019

Banks from across the world have come together to officially launch the Trade Club Alliance’s digital platform to “matchmake” cross-border trading partners.

The platform, led by Santander, uses machine-learning technology, which links up businesses that are looking to trade goods internationally by providing key market information such as rules on regulations, trade tariffs, currency analysis, market trends and shipping requirements, in a secure, online location. Companies are also able to seek advice on financial products that would suit their needs from any one of the 14 alliance banks currently on the platform.


Banks join forces on digital platform to help firms trade

From Finextra | Oct. 1, 2019: A group of 14 banks - including Santander, RBC and MUFG - has launched a digital platform designed to tackle international trade barriers.The Trade Club Alliance aims to identify businesses that are looking to trade goods internationally and provide them with insight on regulations and trade tariffs for the relevant countries.


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