Ready, steady, Grow!
No matter the size of your company there are often
opportunities to expand - be that through increasing staff,
diversifying your product range or moving to bigger premises. Don’t
take our word for it though, find out how 4 different Welsh
companies grew and their advice to others looking to do the
Jack Lear Managing Director of Pembrokeshire-based fancy dress
company Body Socks had this to say about working
“When you have the ambition to grow an export business it's
crucial you're well prepared. Plan for the future and implement the
changes that are required to scale your business internationally.
One of the things we required was additional capital, so we could
keep up with demand.”
Mike Beese from Pontpridd’s Dectek – who’s company broadened
their product range from domed badges and labels to medals and
decals and other vinyl products - says his company has a ‘growth
through collaboration strategy’:
“We saw an opportunity to make new different products using our
existing equipment and knew how to diversify and grow our business.
Working in new sectors gives the company a boost and has seen our
Gwynt y Ddraig has won numerous awards for their cider and
perry. They recently introduced a new drink to their range.
“Launching Old Crow has not only introduced us to new customers
but has also enabled us to increase our presence in our existing
markets by expanding the range of our products that our
distributors want to stock and sell to their customers. It has also
helped increase sales of existing products as a result of the
publicity around the Old Crow launch.”
Stuart Whelen at Chevler – the cake and muffin paper
manufacturer – had this to say about investing in new
“Our customers are always on the look-out for something new and
exciting to set their offering apart, and ongoing investment in our
processes is essential if we are to satisfy this need.
Investing in new equipment and technology reduces our
manufacturing cost, keeping us competitive.”
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