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How to transition from the CE mark to the UKCA mark
After Brexit, companies selling products into the UK must follow different compliance and labeling procedures distinct from those in use for EU markets.
Opportunities to meet South Korea's higher education needs
South Korean students often travel abroad for English-language immersion experiences, and Wisconsin's renowned institutions of higher education may appeal to Korean students in a broad range of fields.
South American retail chain plans major capital investment
Wisconsin companies may be able to provide technology solutions to support Cencosud's plan to spend $1.8 billion opening new stores, renovating existing stores, and developing e-commerce in markets such as Chile, Argentina and Peru.
Russia's growing plastics market
Russia is highly dependent on imports in this category, and the U.S. is not yet among its top import sources.
Information technology and cybersecurity opportunities in Hungary
Hungary is an advanced market in this industry, and also receives high marks for cross-border trade and contract security.
India launches new national education policy
Changes to post-secondary education will facilitate international collaboration and make it easier for Indian students to undertake graduate work in the U.S.
Approaching midlife, China's millennials spend freely on health care products
These consumers vastly prefer imports to domestically made products.
Refrigerated transportation opportunities in Canada
Refrigeration needs for food, as well as medical products and specimens, have grown with the pandemic, and companies with innovative solutions stand out.
Australian manufacturers prepare to upgrade technology
With the government making major investments in helping companies adopt advanced manufacturing innovations, Wisconsin companies with expertise in automation and robotics, sensors and data analytics, and artificial intelligence can find opportunities.
Pandemic sways South Korean consumers toward dairy products
South Koreans are highly influenced by trends and a taste for Western consumer goods, and their increasing interest in imported dairy products could open opportunities for Wisconsin cheese producers.