New Economy Meet New City at ABP London

New Economy Meet New City at ABP London

East London’s newest International business district

The New Economy Meet New City programme was a major 3-day event, 5 -7 December, staged at Royal Albert Docks (RAD) London by ABP London. The event was a milestone of this innovation tech hub in East London, with close ties to the Asia market.

ABP welcomed tech and innovation leaders for this event at the Altitude Building, to celebrate innovation and creative ingenuity in tech, economics, urban design and transportation.

Premier UK Tech Hub
The Opening day had a keynote speech, panel discussions and interactive showcases on how technology is impacting “The New Economy”, while the second day focused on how tech advancements are reshaping our future in “Meet New City”.

The event was opened by John Miu, Chief Operating Officer of ABP London. In his welcome speech he said

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Everything you need to know about a small Business Brexit

Everything you need to know about a small Business Brexit

Everything you need to know about a small Business Brexit

Great panel session “Everything you need to know about a small Business Brexit’ was hosted by Small Business Charter on 5 November at the QEII Conference Centre in Westminster, London. Welcome by Lord Young and expert panel moderated by Michelle Ovens MBE.

Keynote
Lord Young started with an anecdote of how the salient interview job was about service pensions, at the start of his career in 1948. He then gave the antecedents of how he came into Commercial and Government service and his role as Secretary of State for Trade and Industry.

Lord Young made mention of his agreement with Jeremy Corbyn on the future need of a four day working week, with the Leisure & Entertainment industry to grow employment. He remarked on the changed business landscape and set the tone of the panel discussion by explaining that business would always face challenges which could be turned into opportunities.

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How to sell Tech and GoGlobal

How to sell Tech and GoGlobal

Use a sales framework to go Global

Startups that build great products can also struggle to sell to their target audience. Many tech startups burn a lot of resources using the wrong methods to sell their app or platform to large companies. It’s essential that startup founders understand how to sell tech and goglobal using key functions of Enterprise Sales to enable their companies goglobal.

Some key points are highlighted ;

Sell tech effectively

  1. Sales needs courage, self-awareness so get a champion in your organisation to support you
  2. Need to have genuiune enthusiasm for sales and persistence and have the ability to empathise and walk in the clients’ shoes.
  3. The best sales person is fearless, honest, methodical articulate and resolute. Avoid categorising people, reach out on a human level and avoid sales robo-call.
  4. Use networking, connect and find your customer pain. Ask how will tech relieve this? Give real world value and get to the person with clout.
  5. Most effective sales person not only has the maturity, product knowledge, skillsets but essential to have a good handle on time management. Understand your sales cycle and practice. Read more

Women Business Trade Summit

Women Business Trade Summit

2nd WinTrade Week 2017 

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.

WALK AWAY WITH AN ACTION PLAN
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-presents
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 include 1. Define your Value Proposition 2. Explore your Export Market then you can Establish Business Operations. Please email info@eastlondonexport.org.uk for a complimentary copy. Read more

How to innovate and go global with your business

This 1/2 day innovation workshop course is designed for Start-up founders, entrepreneurs and business professionals, who are looking for how to innovate and go global, grow into overseas markets and improve their branding strategy to increase sales.  Register here. https://how-to-innovate-and-goglobal-with-your-business.eventbrite.co.uk

Date: 7 September 2017 8:30 – 12:30 GMT
Venue sponsor: A City Law Firm – 64 Clifton Street EC2A 4HB

First HALF

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

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