More than 200 business women leaders from across the globe convened in London for the 2nd WINTRADE Week Business Trade Summit held 25-29 September 2017. They were from a diverse range of sectors with a focus on International Trade.
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The convention program was focused on helping business women find and connect with the right trading partners. The event’s was to assist entrepreneurs harness their potential and find international opportunities. Also to provide a special report on how to deploy a business trading strategy.
Thursday 28 Sept Event schedule was held at RBS/NatWest Head office in London with over 100 business women in attendance, and great speaker line-up.
How to create your Export Strategy Ade Awokoya, Co-Founder East London Export Club, was invited to present on “How to create your Export Strategy”. His presentation focused on the advantages of exporting to get customers in new markets which lead business to grow and scaleup. Export sectors thriving include Creative & Media and Training & Education. The steps for an Export strategy include1. Define your Value Proposition 2. Explore your Export Market then you can Establish Business Operations. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for a complimentary copy. Read more
Date: 7 September 2017 8:30 – 12:30 GMT
Venue sponsor: A City Law Firm – 64 Clifton Street EC2A 4HB
Presentations: This is an expert led workshop: Ideation Workshop led by Daniel Tuitt Innovation Consultant Brand positioning by Jono Marcus Principal consultant, Tigercat How to create an Export Strategy by Ade Awokoya co-Founder, East London Export Club Legal Insights By George Masefield Senior Associate Solicitor, A City Law Firm
DIGITAL PLATFORMS: We explore the key drivers for digital solutions to international trade and the evolving support structures that aim to help businesses to grow internationally. Blog focus on digital export providers – Online resource, Brexit toolkit, Digital insight, Freight forwarder and Market place.
Going Global 2017 was held 17 & 18 May 2017 at Excel, London and was a magnet for export providers and business to engage in International Trade best practice and generate deals. We found this digital platforms at the epicentre of change.
Caroline Chicken is Partner at Startup Overseas & Going Global Live – www.startupoverseas.co.uk
Start Up Overseas is the definitive online resource to help you start or expand your business abroad. Use their website to source both information and service providers in over 60 countries.
The site includes Country Guides which give country specific information documenting the essential information needed to start or expand your business on foreign soil. Other sections include • Business Directory, • Ask the Expert, • Startup Overseas Forum, • Case Studies.
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
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.