Principle Healthcare International to become Export Champions
CommonwealthFirst is delighted to announce Principle Healthcare International has been accepted to the Commonwealth Export Champions programme. Representing various regions of the UK and business sectors, our latest batch of Export Champions applicants proved to be of the highest calibre yet and they highlight the variety of innovation and excellence that the UK Small and Medium-sized Enterprise (SME) sector has to offer the world.
CommonwealthFirst, in partnership with Royal Mail, was established to encourage small and medium enterprises (SMEs) to trade and invest across the Commonwealth; a market comprising 52 English speaking countries with a combined population of 2.2 billion and a combined GDP of approximately US$9.6 trillion.
The purpose of our Export Champions programme is to develop mutually beneficial and lasting trade relationships within the Commonwealth with a strict emphasis on quality.
Richard Burge, Chief Executive of the Commonwealth Enterprise and Investment Council, said “I am delighted to see such an exciting array of applicants to become CommonwealthFirst Export Champions.”
Amongst the applicants for our third round was Principle Healthcare International; a supplement manufacturing company which originated in North Yorkshire and has since grown across the Europe and the Commonwealth. As one of Europe’s most prominent manufacturers of vitamins, minerals and supplements, Principle Healthcare International has the proven ability to cater to the needs and wants of the international market, with an unwavering commitment to innovation. “We are honoured to have this opportunity to work alongside CommonwealthFirst in order to reach a wider audience and build lasting relationships within the wider market,” said Andrew Davies, Managing Director of Principle Healthcare International.