Obtaining expert data on global markets to identify opportunities and minimise risk has long been a major challenge for Australian exporters.
When exploring new markets exporters are often faced with inconsistent local laws and practices, poor and non-standard company reporting, infrastructure and labour challenges.
EMIS, the world's most comprehensive online export intelligence service, can assist exporters to cut through the maze.
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With EMIS, exporters can obtain accurate market data with speed and accuracy to help increase their profitability and reduce their market risk.
And the good news is, this revolutionary service is now available in Australia.
Launched in Sydney earlier this year, EMIS provides online access to the world’s most trusted providers of company, industry and country intelligence for emerging markets.
Easy-to-use search screen
EMIS is accessible instantly via desktop or laptop browser, tablet or smartphone. An easy-to-use search screen delivers instant market intelligence to users.
Trusted by more than 2,000 of the world's exporters, trade organisations and advisors, the information is based on data obtained from high profile publishers including the Economist, Euromonitor International, Dun & Bradstreet and hundreds of banks, government institutions, consultancies and research institutes.
The service has been tailor made for a range of users from CEO's and export managers to industry analysts, financial & credit controllers and research teams.
Users can access a unique blend of analysis, data and news on companies, industries and countries.
EMIS has become a trusted partner for key consulting companies like Price Waterhouse and Ernst & Young, international banks including Citigroup and Goldman Sachs as well as large and small exporters such as 3M and Pepsico.
Discover new markets
EMIS Australia Manager Lynette Shaw says the new service can help make Australian exporters more competitive on the world stage.
“EMIS’s growth into Australia recognises that much of Australia’s future export potential lies with emerging economies such as China, India and the ASEAN region,” says Ms Shaw.
“With EMIS exporters can discover new markets for their products and understand the competitive dynamics of those markets.
“They can also build strong relationships with key customers, customers and stakeholders.”
Training and support services
Ms Shaw says by becoming more competitive, Australian exporters will also be helping to strengthen the Australian economy.
EMIS is fully supported by comprehensive local specialists providing training and online assistance for both novice and expert EMIS users.
“Our clients will receive the very best support to help them pursue their export opportunities with full knowledge of both the potential and the risks.”
Established in 1995, EMIS employs nearly 300 people in 13 countries. It operates in and reports on more than 125 emerging markets where high reward goes hand-in-hand with high risk.
To learn more about EMIS and its export services call: 1300 973 062