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We would like to thank all the sponsors for the Graduation and Prize giving for their generosity and suport
Come and share your views on EU membership and international trade with The Institute of Export (IOE) and ACCA at the next Professionalism in International Trade (PIT Stop) Debate.
With the question of the UK's continued membership of the EU making headlines, a recent straw poll of IOE members highlighted that over 50 per cent of them stated that the UK should remain in EU.
Does this represent a general view for those involved in international trade and what effect (if any) is the current uncertainty around the UK's position having on your ability to trade internationally?
Would leaving be, as the Europhiles assert, a recipe for economic suicide, with a loss of influence and the creation of a whole host of potential barriers to trade?
Could we go it alone and be better off in the process? - Norway and Switzerland both benefit from the single market in Europe without being part of the EU but a forthcoming highly critical EU evaluation report on Norway opens the way for the EU to impose sanctions against Norway for failure to implement EU directives.
Or is there a third way – a re-negotiation of our relationship with the EU short of actually leaving the club, and would the rest of the EU allow us to do this?
Each quarter the Institute holds a national series of debates known as PIT (Professionalism in International Trade) Stop Debates as they quickly provide exporters with a voice for their concerns – more details on our website or call Mat 01733 404 411.
to attend your local PIT Stop debate
Manchester - RSM Tenon, York House, York Street, Manchester M2 3BB - directions
This event will be publicised through the usual channels of press releases and exposure to over 150,000 web users through our own website, Guru on-line, Fresh Business Thinking and our partner trade associations Institute of Credit Management, Anglia Ruskin University, Institute of Directors, SMMT, Open To Export and UKTI to name but a few.
Our records hold over 14,000 specific international traders in the UK who are known to be active in the international arena.
As active supporters of The Queen's Awards we will be inviting around 150 of the new winners, highly successful businesses, to celebrate competence and the knowledge needed to be an international trader. Any sponsorship deal would allow the sponsor to share this exposure and to gain additional exposure for their brand or message through the pre-event, event and post event activities.
The event is being held at the Lord Mayor of London's residence, Mansion House, London from 17:00 - 20:00 approx on Wednesday, May 1st.
and special guest speaker Steph McGovern will be followed by a full reception from around 18:00.
Many thanks to our sponsors for the Graduation and Prize Giving for their generosity and suport.
or download the Graduation and Prize Giving Sponsorship Packages here
There may still be an opportunity to speak depending upon the sponsor’s commitments. Students from all walks of business life are invited to attend, many of whom are starting out on their career paths with large companies such as Unipart, BAE Systems, Sumitomo, Monsoon, HSBC and Barclays to name but a few.