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International trade advice to help your West London business get 'export ready'!

Explore trade beyond the boundaries of West London and the UK with this great range of seminars and conferences aimed at unlocking your export potential!
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Export Essentials Series
Workshops to make your business 'export ready' delivered by the Department for International Trade

Weds 15 - Fri 17 March 2017 | 1 Drummond Gate, London, SW1V 2QQ
Did you know that international trade is a great way to grow your business and make it more flexible, competitive and resilient? If you are considering exporting as the next great step for your company, Export Essentials is the perfect starting point. Delegates should be exporters or those new to exporting. The sessions are not suitable for agencies or intermediaries for example: translation agencies, web developers/agencies, international business development agencies etc.
Cost: £50 + VAT per session, you can book each session individually. Places are limited to two delegates per company. Your organisation must be based within one of London’s 33 boroughs and must have been trading for a minimum of 12 months. You must also be looking to increase your overseas market access.
Introduction to International Exhibitions
Wednesday 15 March 2017, 9.30am - 4.30pm

Learn how to plan attendance at international events and get practical advice to ensure you get value from your investment.

Introduction to Routes to Market
Thursday 16 March 2017, 9.30am - 4.30pm

Topics to be covered during the day include: Agents and Distributors; E-commerce; Direct Sales.

Introduction to Export Pricing
Friday 17 March 2017, 9.30am - 4.30pm

SMEs often rely on ad-hoc and reactive pricing strategies, which depend heavily on gut feel or recommendations from agents or distributors and often overlook fundamental export costs and market expectations. The aim of this workshop is to help you understand how you should set and manage export prices for your product or service across international markets.
Grow Your Business- International Trade
A seminar delivered by Brent Council with Barclays and the Department for International Trade
Thurs 23 March 2017, 8.45 - 11am
Brent Civic Centre, Engineers Way, Wembley, HA9 0FJ
The ‘Grow Your Business Through International Trade’ seminar is aimed at businesses looking to grow abroad; including those new to export and those already trading overseas interested in expansion.
You will be joined by specialist advisors from Barclays, the Department for International Trade and DHL to learn more about the information you need to successfully expand into an overseas market.

08:45 Arrival, registration and breakfast
09:20 Welcome – Councillor Shama Tatler, Brent Council
09:30 ‘Making The Most Of International Opportunities’ – Department for International Trade
10:00 ‘How we can support you’ – Barclays
10:20 ‘Going Global Made Simple’ - DHL
10:40 Networking Opportunity
11:00 Event close

To be a part of this morning seminar  please RSVP as soon as possible to Simon Plampin, International Barclays Business Manager -
The 5th Annual CBBC China Business Conference
Tues 28 March 2017 | QEII Conference Centre, SW1P 3EE
A full-day event (including lunch and refreshments) with the broadest range of China-experts plus an evening networking reception.
Hosted by the China-Britain Business Council. The 5th Annual China Business Conference will analyse the key business issues affecting UK companies in 2017. From macro policies to the day-to-day business environment on the ground, expert speakers - drawn from business, academia and government - will equip you to make the right China business decisions. The 5th Annual CBBC China Business Conference will draw 500 business delegates learning from the expertise of over 40 topical speakers.

Cost: CBBC Members £170; Non-Members £350 (+VAT)
Unlocking International Opportunities
Post Brexit
Thurs 30 March 2017, 8 - 10.15am | Royal Mid Surrey Golf Club, Old Deer Park, Twickenham Road, Richmond, Surrey TW9 2SB
This seminar will include contributions from specialist advisors at Barclays, The Institute of Export & International Trade, and Department for International Trade to learn more about the information you need to successfully expand into an overseas market.
For over 80 years, The Institute of Export & International Trade have been representing and supporting the interests of everyone involved in importing, exporting and international trade. Offering a unique range of individual and business membership benefits and a world renowned suite of qualifications and training, the Institute is the leading authority in best practice and competence for businesses trading globally.
08:00 Arrival, registration and breakfast
08.30 Welcome – Scott Wilkins Barclays Area Manager
08:40 ‘UK Post Brexit, IOE & IT Support’ - Lesley Batchelor, Director of The Institute of Export & International Trade
09:10 ‘Exporting is great’ – Rory Smith, London Partnerships Manager, Department for International Trade
09:35 ‘How Barclays can support you’ - Raddasah Nolan, International Team, Barclays
09:50 Networking Opportunity
10:15 Event close

To attend, please RSVP as soon as possible to Shaji Suresh, Barclays Business Manager -
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