Business Growth – Scaleup and GoGlobal

Ade Awokoya moderates ‘”Scale Up and GoGlobal” Panel session at LonBA Executive Launch – 8 March 2017

Business Growth – Scaleup and GoGlobal:

London Business Academy (LonBA) held its Executive Launch. The theme “Scaleup and GoGlobal”, highlighted the prime objective of this Training Academy to support UK Small Business. LonBA is a collaboration between PBLink and East London Export Club. Event was hosted by Nick Howe, NatWest Regional Enterprise Manager at RBS, 250 Bishopsgate, London.

 

Ade Awokoya Co-Founder of East London Export Club was Moderator for both Panel session organised.

Session One : Scaleup and Grow and  Session Two: Grow and GoGlobal

The event was aimed at established small and medium sized business (SME), that want to ‘Scale Up and GoGlobal’. A selected list of growth-oriented business seeking know-how, connections and inspiration were invited to learn from the Panel who are actively  supporting UK companies to Scaleup and Grow. Read more

Disruptive Tech: The Rise of Fintech and Going Global

Opening session: From L to R Rajesh Agrawal, David Thomas MBE and Michael Izza, ICAEW CEO, speaking.

Disruptive Tech: The Rise of Fintech and Going Global with COBCOE Connect

The COBCOE Annual Conference 2017 was held 27th April at ICAEW, Moorgate Place, London.
It was an excellent half day event, with Speakers and Two Panels, which included a networking lunch.

This year’s annual conference explored the new digital business age and the evolving support structures that aim to help businesses to grow internationally. Paramount issue was about how British Chambers in Europe could support their membership and provide relevant alternative financial solutions to grow their business.

The event kicked off with Opening speech by David Thomas, Executive Chairman COBCOE, who gave the background to the period of uncertainty and the new economic landscape presented by Brexit. COBCOE has recognised the new challenge and has responded by also providing COBCOE Connect, an internet based marketplace to support Exports and Trade Mission challenges. Read more

Website launched by West London Export Club

Website launched by West London Export Club

Great News! Website launched by West London Export Club which is an excellent joint initiative by Andrew Dakers (CEO, West London Business) and Stephen Fry (CEO, Hounslow Chamber of Commerce) to support West London Business.

The West London Export Club was launched in March 2016 as a joint initiative of West London Business and Hounslow Chamber of Commerce.  The Club provides a focal point for an event series focused on promoting export, as well as specialist business advice & support. For instance, Hounslow Chamber of Commerce provides a trade documentation service.

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A Global Britain orbits around Brexit

Theresa May
Theresa May

May delivers global blueprint

UK Prime Minister Theresa May delivered her ‘global blueprint’ speech on 17 January in London when she set out objectives for negotiating “Brexit”, the UK’s exit from the EU, and the revised partnership the UK is seeking from the European Union.

These principal 3 objectives were: control of immigration, free trade with European markets, new trade agreements with other countries for a smooth, orderly Brexit. The Prime Minister also set out her vision for UK relationship with the rest of the world, which was positive and inclusive. Read more

Increasing British Exports Globally

Increasing British Exports Globally

fob2016-coverThe Telegraph Festival of Business 2016 (Telegraph FOB2016) held on Tuesday November 8, 2016 at The Brewery, London. The Headline Topic was “Navigating Business through Brexit“.

The line-up of experts discussed the sizeable changes facing UK businesses following the vote to leave the European Union on 23 June. Headline speakers come from across the FTSE 100, FTSE 250 and beyond, including veteran retailer Allan Leighton, the Chairman of the Co-operative Group, through to Gavin Patterson, Chief Executive of BT. This was a Day event with lots to cover including Panel debates and Breakout sessions on topics affecting UK Business. Hence it was necessary to pick out the salient topic in the Export category. Read more