Learn new ways to grow your business internationally
If you're looking to grow your business internationally then an event in London this November could be for you. As well as free tickets to attend the event there are also opportunities to exhibit. Details of the event can be found below along with forthcoming training, events and latest updates.
If you have any international trade queries please email email@example.com or telephone the team on 01223 237414.
International Trade Team Leader
Learn new ways to grow your business internationally at Going Global Live 2023
The Department for Business and Trade (DBT) is excited to announce its partnership with Going Global Live, returning at the ExCeL London on the 22-23 November 2023.
Going Global Live is the one stop shop for all businesses looking to expand internationally and kick-start trade overseas, providing guidance for crucial elements such as legislation, payroll, documentation, importing and exporting, staffing, taxation and navigating the business world in a foreign language.
Over the two days, the show offers seminars and panel debates from industry experts, insights and information from renowned suppliers, face-to-face networking opportunities, and more.
Key benefits from exhibiting at Going Global Live:
- Vast networking opportunities with potential investors and franchisees
- Increased visibility for your business within the market
- Multi-channel exposure for your brand
- Opportunity to collect high quality leads and generate sales
- Meet over 6,000 business owners and senior decision makers who are searching for innovative products/services to take their business to new markets.
Global Trade Month: China - in conversation with Tom Duke
Wednesday 26 April, 9.00am
The second event in the series for our Global Trade Month: China, is an ‘In Conversation’ with Tom Duke.
Tom Duke was appointed Minister Counsellor for the Department for International Trade (DIT) in March 2019 and Deputy HM Trade Commissioner to China in 2020. As a member of the senior leadership team of DIT China and Hong Kong, Tom is responsible for trade and investment promotion, trade policy and market access across a range of industry sectors.
This session will be a strategic discussion about current/future trade relations with Tom, an expert in the market, and will provide insight and advice as to best practice.
Trading with Egypt: CargoX and ACID Systems
Thursday 27 April, 9.30am-12.30pm
The Egyptian British Chamber of Commerce is offering this workshop to all exporters and importers that trade with Egypt.
It is a step-by-step guide on how to send your documents using the new system CargoX.
- Changes and why they were implemented?
- CargoX platform - what is it and how does it work?
- What is the ACI? Why is it needed?
- What does the system do for the Importer and what should the Exporter receive?
- CargoX - This will be an end-to-end overview from registering to sending an envelope via the blockchain.
Cost: £230.00 (plus VAT)
Import / Export Diagnostics Workshop
Tuesday 2 May, 9.30am-1.00pm
This workshop shows companies how to look at their SOPS and compliance, going through key areas of procedures and compliance, preparing for trading internationally either by exporting or importing.
Customs Procedures and Documentation
Friday 12 May, 9.30am-1.00pm
The course looks at the procedures required to deal with customs and the information that is required to be submitted to customs to enable goods to be imported and exported to the UK.
You can view the full list of all our courses on the Chamber website
Courses can also be tailored to meet your company’s specific requirements. For more information about a bespoke course for your company, which can be delivered remotely or in person, please contact the Chamber on 01223 237414.
The UK and Oklahoma reached a Memorandum of Understanding
this week on exports, Net Zero transition and investment.
The Report Stage in the House of Lords of the Retained EU Law (Revocation and Reform) Bill
is yet to be officially scheduled, but will now no longer take place next week.
We are still awaiting the final delegated legislation before the UK Parliament to bring the Australia and New Zealand free trade agreements into force - expected by the end of May.EU carbon leakage laws
passed the final plenary stage in the European Parliament last week.