Entering a competitive market with demanding consumers can help to identify points of improvement. This can make your product more unique and competitive in the long-run.
Demand patterns, economic fluctuations and supply conditions might differ abroad. This can help to cushion declines in the domestic market.
Economies of scale are cost-savings that apply when producing more reduce costs per product. Exporting allows access to greater markets; increased production and sales might help you to achieve greater economies of scale.
Accessing a foreign market can help to put excess production capacity to use. Profit margins might be higher in a different market.
By accessing a new market, you can expand the size of your client base.