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Join us for Free Briefing on International trade in partnership with UWL - 20 October - Revised booking link

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International Trade Briefing & Networking Event
In partnership with
University of West London - The Claude Littner Business School
The Claude Littner Business School, University of  West London, and West London Business, invite you to a briefing on International Trade.

Join us for an evening of insightful talks and a lively debate on how we can broaden and expand our international trade boundaries and what issues we need to overcome in order to do this profitably.

Our speakers will be:
Alan Rides, UK Trade & Investment (UKTI) a government funded organisation, who helps UK exporters succeed globally and assists overseas companies to bring high quality investment to the UK.
Octink, a Brentford based company, are one of the leading providers of site protection, worker welfare and safety products.  They will give us a case study on how their world leading cooling and warming technologies and products.
Dr Amelia Au-Yeung, Head of Subject in Business, Management and Marketing from The Claude Littner Business School will share her expert views with us.

Drinks and refreshments will be provided and the event is free of charge.

Date:         20 October 2015
Time:         6.30-8.30pm
Venue:      The Claude Littner Business School
                  University of West London
                  Paragon House
                  11th Floor, Paragon Suite
                  Boston Manor Road
                  TW8 9GA

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