uk trade & export finance conference

Get your discounted ticket to the UK Trade & Export Finance Conference 2018

GTR returns to London on June 7, providing domestic exporters, financiers and trade specialists with a place where fresh perspectives are gained and new business relationships are formed, making this the annual highlight for the industry: join the UK Trade & Export Finance Conference 2018 with a discount or a free pass!

 With discussions ongoing regarding the UK’s status in the world of global trade, identifying new export markets is an even greater priority for UK corporates seeking to broaden their export horizons. Topics for discussion during the day will include details of the new UK Export Strategy, the measures being taken to encourage more companies to export, some new market opportunities, tomorrow’s alternative providers and their latest offerings, government support mechanisms and where this new environment leaves the financial services sector.

Featuring on the programme this year for the first time: The Open to Export Action Plan Competition. This showcase event will see 10 UK SMEs pitch their plans for export growth to an expert panel of judges, to try their luck winning £3000 towards their projects!

Benefiting from strong links to the UK’s primary trade bodies and leading export-focused institutions, this is a crucial forum for any UK company involved in international trade.

Open to Export secured a 15% discount off the standards rate for financiers and service providers, available when booking online with code EXPORT15. Corporates (importers, exporters, traders, transporters, distributors, manufacturers & producers of physical goods) are entitled to receive a free corporate pass and should get in touch with Judith at [email protected].

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