Attend the British Exporters Association seminar on exporting for SMEs, and learn the best tips to access export markets.
Japan is a Market with Great Potential for UK SMEs
BExA’s 2016 seminar focuses on the challenges and risks faced by SMEs in export markets, the support available to SMEs from Government, a country review of Iran and the view of a successful SME exporter.
The British Exporters Association – ‘Who we are & What we do’, Geoffrey de Mowbray – BExA Co-Chairman – SME & Micro Exporters
The Falcon Group / Forfaiting and other Financing Techniques, Chris Howarth - Commercial Director, Falcon Group Europe Ltd, Ray Webb - Head of Forfaiting Business Development, Falcon Group Europe Ltd
Export Challenges – Selling in New Markets – A Fitting Solution for SMEs, Giles Brindley - Managing Partner, Export Footprints
Turning Risk into Business Value, John Burbidge-King – Director, Interchange Solutions Ltd
Tea break - Networking
UKTI – Latest products & support for SMEs, Alan Rides - International Trade Adviser, UKTI
UKEF Offer for SMEs including Supply Chain Support, Gill Targett-Adams – Senior Export Finance Adviser, UK Export Finance
Iranian Markets – Opportunities & Challenges – The Way Forward?, Dr. Cyrus Mehdi-Zadeh – Director, The British-Iranian Chamber of Commerce
An SME with export success - despite trials and tribulations!, Chris Parker – Managing Director, London & Scottish International Ltd
This event, which is free to attend, is open to BExA Members and non-member SME and exporting companies. For full details and a registration form click here.
About the British Exporters Association
The British Exporters Association (BExA) is an independent national trade association representing the interests of the export community. Established in 1940 as the National General Export Merchants Group, it became the British Export Houses Association and then in 1988 adopted the name of British Exporters Association when it recruited manufacturing companies as members.
British Exporters Association