Meet and Build with The Global Business Network South East Asia

1st September 2015

We are once again proud to welcome guests from the Global Business Network (previously known as the Overseas Business Network) to Sheffield in September.

 This latest Meet & Build event will focus on South East Asia Vietnam and the Philippines in particular. Our representatives from these fast-growing markets visit the UK on a regular basis to forge personal relationships with local businesses at ground level, providing valuable business to business knowledge and advice. Their goal is to look at your product with a view to finding you a spot within their market. Over the past 18 months via the Meet & Build events we have seen the interaction of the Global Business Network with local South Yorkshire companies produce excellent, productive results. You are very welcome to come along and mingle with our guests so you can make personal connections with a view to boosting your business' export potential. Event Programme: 11.30am Registration 12.00pm Nick Patrick Introduction SYITC 12.15pm  Global Business Network Market Introductions 12.45pm Break for lunch 1.15pm Networking & one-one meetings if requested International Trade help and advice is also on hand in the form of: 512 Freight Management Good Travel Corporate Travel Management UHY Hacker Young International Accountancy Fexco Commercial Payments & Foreign Exchange Services Cost: £10.00 + vat for Sheffield Chamber members £15.00 + vat for non Chamber members Free parking and lunch is included in the ticket price. See more here

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