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Explore Export: Free Trade Agreement Opportunities

29 April 2021

Explore Export: Free Trade Agreement Opportunities

Free Virtual Event | 18th-20th May 2021 | Sign up Today 

Register for this event, run by the Department for International Trade, to request 20 minute meetings with sector specialist Trade Advisers or generalist export growth advisers representing over 40 markets to explore export opportunities for your product or service.


You can also request meetings with our Business Culture and Communications Adviser who can help you understand business cultures, decision making styles and cultural preferences so you don’t make expensive, rookie mistakes when entering a new market, and also with a UK Export Finance Manager (UKEF). UKEF is the government's export credit agency and has a range of finance and insurance products designed to help you win contracts, fulfil orders and get paid.

 
Confirmed Markets: 
Africa (Market Entry Team) | Austria | Belgium | Czechia | Denmark | France | Germany | Hungary | Italy | Japan | Korea | Latin America (Chile, Ecuador, Colombia, Peru, Central America, Mexico) | Moldova | Netherlands | Norway | Poland | Romania | Singapore | Sweden | Switzerland | Turkey | Vietnam | 

 Plus plenty more yet to confirm!


Why take part?

This is a great opportunity for West Midlands companies to discuss the export prospects for their products or services with DIT trade advisers and partner organisations across the globe.

How to book?
Click here to request and book 1-2-1 virtual meetings. The system will allow all participants to request and receive requests. Please note that to spread the opportunities only one representative per company is eligible to register per day.

Please note: As this event is funded by our Enhanced Export Growth ERDF project, after registration you will receive a request to complete and return a simple SME Declaration to check your company's eligibility before we can activate your company profile to allow you to request meetings. Thanks for your cooperation.

Source: Department for International Trade

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