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Australian Toll Free Numbers

The United States and Australia have enjoyed a long history of doing business with one another. Australia ranks as the world’s 12th largest economy, which is one of the many reasons that it is an attractive option for American companies who are looking to expand internationally. Australia also has a relatively low number of barriers to entry. It features a corporate and legal structure that is fairly simple to navigate, extremely well-developed consumer and industrial sectors, and it is simple to communicate as it is an English-speaking business culture.

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Business in Australia

United States-Australian investment has been boosted by the Australia – U.S. Free Trade Agreement (AUSFTA), which was put in place in 2005. The World Bank has also ranked Australia at 15 out of 189 countries with regard to “ease of doing business. The nation boasts consecutive years of continued economic growth and this is forecasted to continue.

Australia views foreign investment as something that is necessary for the overall economic growth and productivity of the country. The U.S. is Australia’s largest foreign investor. Approximately 1,000 United States companies function within Australia throughout a wide variety of sectors. The leading sectors in which the U.S. is invested in Australia, however, are mining, finance, insurance, and manufacturing.

In the years since the AUSFTA was introduced, the agreement has helped to reduce investment limits, as well as provide support of a greater number of two-way investments, and has offered a greater number of intellectual property protections. Almost all (over 99 percent) of the United States exports into Australia enter duty-free.

Australia’s legal system for dealing with arbitration and litigation is very stable and the nation also has a very well-formed financial market, services sector, food production sector, and is one of the top nations in the world with regard to mineral and LNG extraction. There is a very diverse array of resources, making the nation highly attractive to foreigners seeking to invest.

Businesses looking to enter or expand in the global marketplace to distribute their products or services have much to consider. One of the main things to consider is in establishing their internal and external communication systems. Business phone systems are discussed at this stage. One of the best ways to begin marketing that a company is going to expand into a new market is to post an announcement and offer a phone number that is either local or toll free to that new market, to give the customers in that new market a way of communicating with the company without incurring any call charges.

Australian Toll Free Numbers from United World Telecom

United World Telecom sets up Australian toll free numbers for businesses of all types and sizes. The process United World Telecom implements in the setting up of Australian toll free numbers is simple and quick.

In order to launch a new business or expand an already existing business and be able to fully concentrate on taking full advantage of all of the benefits the new market offers, reliable methods of communication should be put in place first. Offering access to customers and other businesses with the use of Australian toll free numbers is an efficient, reliable, and cost-effective way to do this.

Using Australian Toll Free Numbers

Australian toll free numbers make it easy for a business that is entering Australia to list a phone number on their website and other marketing materials and allow customers to reach out to the business. Calls made to Australian toll free numbers can be rerouted to a landline or mobile line of the business owner’s preference, which can prove to be a very useful feature for those business owners and staff who travel frequently and are not consistently positioned in the office.

United World Telecom has been specializing in the area of global communication solutions for over two decades and offers virtual phone number options including Australia toll free numbers, local numbers, and numbers for over 150 countries worldwide. Features such as SMS to email capabilities, customized recordings, and more are aimed specifically at helping businesses to succeed.