Longyan Chinese Trade Delegation visits East London
East London Export Club met with a trade delegation coming from Longyan China’s Fujian Province on Thursday, August 25th at the Knowledge Dock, University of East London (UEL), Docklands. The meeting was organised by Thomas Chan Director, TCA Consultancy and Trustee at The Chinese in Britain Forum.
Thomas Chan DL formally welcomed the delegation which was led by Wang Jiansheng,the Deputy Mayor of Longyan Municipal Government alongside Zeng Zhiqiang, Director – Bureau of Commerce of Longyan City and Hu Fenglin, Vice Director – Longyan Overseas Exchanges Association along with Senior officials. Read more
Newham Chamber’s Sweet Breakfast Meeting at Tate & Lyle Sugars
7 – 9am, 20-Jul-16 (Sponsored by Tate & Lyle Sugars) and held at their refinery HQ.
Arrived at 7:10 am to find there were already early delegates. We then had full english breakfast at the Company canteen with discussions amongst chamber members. The programme included Talk in the Conference room 8-9am, and an extensive tour of the Refinery (9-10:30am) which finished at the Education Resource Centre. Read more
Introduction to Export Documentation [Overview]
This 1 day course covers all the basic aspects of exporting. It is designed for people who may be new to exporting plus experienced business people who may need to keep up with industry updates.
During the course live online examples are used to explain export procedures and how to complete export documentation. The course highlights commercial implications and why it is so important to understand these processes which will help towards successful and efficient global business.
The link to enroll for the course is – http://buytickets.at/resultzltd/58150 Read more
UK Export Gateway to Go Global
East London -The Jewel in the Crown
The UK has always been the global hub of International Trade with London at the epicentre. Tower bridge is an iconic symbol of London and the view from City Hall takes in the vantage of the Thames. It was the increased commercial development in the East End of London, in the 19th century, that led to a requirement for this Bridge.
Why East London?
East London has a tradition of international trade, with Docklands a major export hub before its destruction in the Second World War. However, the Legacy of the 2012 Olympics has provided a regeneration boost to business. The prime benefit has been the establishment of the Royal Docks Enterprise Zone, London’s next business district, creating a centre for global trade. Read more