How to become a successful exporter
The Ducks in a row guide gives you a basic introduction to exporting. It has lots of information to help you become a successful New Zealand exporter. It's designed for new exporters, or people who are thinking about setting up an export business.
After completing the guide, you should have a better understanding of:
- how exporting works
- the Government agencies involved
- the rules you'll need to follow
- how to get started.
About the guide
The information is divided into 4 chapters. You can skip to a different section using the navigation on the left-hand side. A progress bar will tell you how far through the guide you are.
Note, the guide provides only general information to help you start exporting. It does not detail specific product requirements.
What does 'ducks in a row' mean?
'Ducks in a row' is an expression that means getting yourself ready for a task by being well-prepared and organised.
After you've completed the exporting guide
We have lots more information and advice to help you continue learning about exporting.
Speak to an exporting expert
The Exporter Regulatory Advice Service (ERAS) supports New Zealand exporters by making it easier to understand exporting requirements.
To get in touch: