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Cambridge Summit

09/11/2017
When: Thursday, November 9, 2017
09:00
Where: Moller Centre
Churchill College
Storey's Way
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire  CB3 0DE
United Kingdom
Contact: 01733 404400


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Aimed at businesses in Cambridge, East Anglia and the East Midlands who are currently working in international trade or looking to expand overseas, the Summit will examine the issues and opportunities in accessing new markets.

In an ever changing business environment, the Institute is working in partnership with Barclays to raise the skills of those involved in international trade by exploring some of the opportunities that are available to businesses in the East Midlands. Following the Brexit vote, the event will focus on ‘Where next?’ and will define the routes to new markets and relevant technological advances to improve and enhance trading relationships.

IOE&IT Members - FREE           Non-Members - £30+VAT

 

This event is CPD certified - 7.5 points

 

Agenda:

9:00am          Coffee and registration

9:20am          Welcome by Lesley Batchelor OBE, Director General of the IOE&IT

9:30am          Baihas Baghdadi, Managing Director Global Head of Trade & Working Capital - Barclays - 'The risks to global trade posed by protectionist values'

9:50am          Jo McSweeney, Export Finance Manager - UK Export Finance - 'Introducing UK Export Finance'

10:10am        Brian Hyland, Senior Manager Business Development - Sannam S4 Ltd - 'Focus on India'

10.30am        Brook Horowitz, CEO - IBLF Global - 'Exporting with integrity - maintaining reputation in emerging markets'

10:50am        Coffee break

11:05am        Holly Tonge, Senior Consultant - Miles Vartan Consultancy - 'Exploring strategic advantages of AEO status post Brexit'

11.25am        Robert Affleck, Head of Sales - Currency UK - 'The world of currency post Brexit'

11.45am        Riaan de Lange, Indirect Tax Manager - Grant Thornton LLP - 'Customs Compliance, Reliefs and Statistical Analysis'

12:05pm        Kelly Wren, Outreach Manager - Intellectual Property Office - 'Intellectual Property in your business'

12:25pm        Chris Jackson, Export Manager - UKTAG & BPA - 'Helping SMEs to export'

12.45pm        Gordon Glenister, Director General - British Promotional Merchandise Association - 'How will Brexit affect the 'promotional freebie'

1:05 pm         Closing remarks

1.15pm          Light lunch & networking

 

 

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