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MIDLANDS ENGINE TRADE SUMMIT

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Date: 07/02/2017

Businesses are invited to the Midlands Engine Trade Summit at The Vox, Birmingham on Thursday 9 March.

The UK Government’s 2015 manifesto committed to make ‘the Midlands an engine of growth’. The Midlands Engine is the long-term economic plan to achieve greater economic growth and productivity across the whole of the Midlands. The Department for International Trade (DIT) fully supports this aspiration and is funding this International Trade Summit to help businesses gain an understanding of how the Midlands Engine can support your international business growth. As well as attending informative keynote addresses, delegates can choose to attend a variety of topical workshops and meet, on a one to one basis, with international trade and market experts. To find out more about what support is available, make sure you attend our Summit on the 9th March and register for your free ticket now.

Speakers

Mark Garnier MP
Parliamentary Under Secretary of State at the Department for International Trade
 
Sir John Peace
Chairman of the Midlands Engine
 
Louis Taylor
CEO - UK Export Finance
 
Patrick Magee
COO - British Business Bank
 
Lee Hopley
Chief Economist – EEF
 
Adam Marshall
Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce

Why Visit?

  • Interact with inspirational speakers from the worlds of export finance, business and Government.
  • Hear from potential business partners that can help your business grow.
  • Gain valuable insights into the benefits of international trade and e-market places.
  • Meet new contacts to help you grow your business.
  • Attend workshops covering topics such as 'Exporting: is it for you?', 'Midlands Engine Drivers for Growth' and 'The World of Finance'.
  • Arrange one to one meetings with finance, overseas market and export experts.

Businesses can access a FREE visitor pass or can exhibit with prices starting at £300.00.

To find out more and register for your place, click here