Exporting is GREAT Week - two free seminars

08/04/2016

As part of Exporting is GREAT Week SEMLEP and its Velocity Growth Hub are working in partnership with UK Trade & Investment (UKTI) to host two free seminars – on exporting and e-commerce.

Businesses across the South East Midlands, an area which covers Aylesbury, Bedford, Central Bedfordshire, Cherwell, Corby, Daventry, Kettering, Luton, Milton Keynes, Northampton and South Northamptonshire, are invited to attend one or both of these free events, designed to help companies achieve their export ambitions.

Simply Exporting is the topic of the first seminar, set to take place on Monday, 18th April at the Holiday Inn, Newport Pagnell. At this seminar you will:

- Receive help and advice on exporting
- Increase the reach of your brand globally
- Identify new marketplaces around the world

The second seminar, on Tuesday, 19th April, will take place at Northampton’s Nene Whitewater Centre, and will focus on e-commerce. At this seminar you will:

- Receive help and advice on building your online and e-commerce presence
- Increase the reach of your brand globally
- Identify new e-marketplaces around the world

UKTI has developed e-exporting and e-commerce programmes to help UK retailers and brands increase sales of products overseas through online channels and at both events businesses will receive advice and guidance from local experts and learn about the support on offer to help achieve export ambitions.

Both events will feature expert speakers, case studies and provide delegates with the advice and guidance.

For the full Simply Exporting event programme and to book please click HERE.

For the full e-commerce event programme and to book please click HERE.

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