Meet the Buyer The Global Business Network in The Middle East

17th January 2017

Just for you we have invited Global Business Network representatives from Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar and the UAE markets to Sheffield.

These representatives are on hand and ready to discuss your market needs and explore your business development potential within these key markets. You are invited to come along, mingle, study the market profiles and benefit from a company introduction. International Trade help and advice is also on hand in the form of: Arkom- Creative Technologies Fexco  Corporate Payments Good Travel Corporate Travel Management UHY Hacker Young International Accountancy Event Programme: 10.00am Coffee & Registration 10.10am Nick Patrick Introduction SYITC 10.30am  Joe Hepworth UAE 10.50am  Adam Hosier Saudi Arabia 11.10am  Martin Hall Kuwait 11.30am Peter Cook Qatar 11.50am  Case Study 12.10pm Ask the Panel 12.30pm Lunch & Networking 12.45pm One to one meetings Ticket prices: Growth Package Members: FREE Essential Package Members: £10.00 + vat Non-Members: £15.00 +vat Lunch and parking is included in the ticket price. Click Here to make your booking Formerly billed as the Meet & Build series of events the Overseas Business Network is now known as the Global Business Network, different name same goal build contacts, build relationships, building your business globally. Event Sponsored by Emirates

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