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EBRD and IOE kick off worldwide export training programme for SMEs

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Technical Help for Exporters

 

Birmingham and Manchester to benefit from IOE’s excellent export training from May

The Institute has listened to members and clients by bringing our vibrant one-day courses - that give competitive advantage in export, import and international trade - to the ‘Northern Powerhouse’ and Britain’s manufacturing heartland. Held in Manchester and Birmingham on a rolling schedule, from May to December and starting with a session on international documentation, they are: International Documentation & Customs Compliance A course which will equip your business with...

Norsk’s exporting journey – guest blog by Neil Smuts, head of marketing for Norsk-Global

The Norsk Global group started in 1993 with its sights firmly fixed on providing a sound European wholesale parcel delivery service, and since then has branched out into specialist divisions including Dangerous Goods, Supply Chain, Cargo and the core business, which has now become a Worldwide Wholesale Parcel Delivery Solutions Provider. Norsk has now become a logistics hub that any small to medium enterprise can plug into. Through continuous investment in our innovative IT platform, we...

Institute of Directors says EU deal “better than expected” – what do you think?

You may have read in the news that many UK business leaders gave a qualified welcome to the draft agreement published today by Donald Tusk, President of the European Council, which includes measures intended to increase economic competitiveness, and protections for Britain from further political integration. Simon Walker, Director General of the Institute of Directors, stated that the top reform policies for IoD members are to reduce unnecessary red tape from Brussels, to make it clear...

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