Our Director of Special Projects, Mike Josypenko, shared his top exporting tips with an audience of industry experts at Europe’s premier recycling and waste management event.
Mike joined high profile speakers, including Sir Stuart Rose and Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, Eric Pickles MP, at the Resource Efficiency and Waste Management Solutions Exhibition (RWM) in Birmingham.
In the countdown to the September 18 referendum, the Institute has been asked about the implications for UK trade if the people of Scotland decide to go it alone.
Our director general Lesley Batchelor has been responding to questions which are featured below.
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The IOE has lined up a panel of powerful speakers for a day long workshop in London on October 21, which will help businesses to forge ahead with their exporting.
Our event: “Exporting: If we keep doing what we’re doing….” runs from 10.00 – 17.00 at Gresham College, Barnard Inn’s Hall, Holborn.
A free export helpline is a powerful benefit for the IOE’s 2,500 plus members, providing sound advice and practical tips on a plethora of international trading issues.
In an exciting new initiative, the Institute of Export is collaborating with Enterprise Nation, the champion of small business, to help SMEs move into the US market.
Enterprise Nation’s Go Global: The Mission will take 60 small business owners to New York on a two day trip from September 25, designed to see what export opportunities are available across the pond. Those taking part will enjoy a special incentive to access IOE expertise and advice through Business Membership.
Most businesses dealing in international trade will be aware of the need to comply with customs regulations, whether they are exporting or importing.
For many companies this is seen as a necessary evil, and a subject which can cause concern and alarm. In the 2014 International Trade Survey, undertaken by the Institute of Export in conjunction with Trade & Export Finance Ltd (TAEFL), around 7% of businesses identified “taxation and tariffs” as a factor which might prevent them from exporting or developing overseas markets; a further 14% identified “Compliance with overseas regulations” as a factor.
By Mike Josypenko – IOE Director of Special Projects and Anthony Griffiths M.I.Ex, IOTL, Partner at Strong & Herd LLP
EU economic sanctions against Russia, following the downing of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 in eastern Ukraine, are a major cause of concern for British companies.
This latest round of penalties, believed to be the worst between the West and Moscow since the Cold War, are targeting the country’s oil industry, defence, dual-use goods and sensitive technologies.
In the countdown to the IOE’s third Queen’s Award for Enterprise International Trade Gala dinner on September 24, it’s tremendous to hear about the powerful success stories of the winning companies.
One such example is procurement and export specialist Gapuma which operates out of offices across four continents and secured the esteemed Queen’s Award for Enterprise in 2013 for its outstanding achievement in International Trade.
The Institute of Export’s (IOE) internationally accredited courses are to be to be taught at the Port Academy Liverpool, as part of a drive to increase careers in the maritime industry.
The IOE’s International Trade and Logistics Operations and the Young International Trader will both be on the curriculum at the new academy, which will specialise in port operations and maritime logistics training when it opens in September.
By Ian Taylor MIEx, chair of the Institute of Export
It was encouraging to hear at a recent roundtable discussion that mid-market companies are hugely optimistic for future growth after surviving one of the worst recessions in history.
I was privileged to be part of the event organised by GE Capital and Reform to discuss the contribution of the mid-market businesses to the economy; the reasons behind their success and the barriers to their growth.