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Working Together: Meet the DIT Officers Helping you to Trade

Join us to learn more about DIT Commercial Officers, who they are and how they will interact with the Institute and partners going forward. We will be introducing case studies & experiences from the IOE&IT on clients' perspective and real life experience of showcasing the Financial services sector in these markets. This event will also serve as an introduction of IOE&IT and Grant Thornton to the Department of International Trade team and how we can all work together in future projects.

04/03/2020
When: 4th March 2020
10:30
Where: Grant Thornton
30 Finsbury Square
London EC2A 1AG
United Kingdom
Contact: Sam Pileggi
01733 404 400


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On Wednesday 4th March we are offering the opportunity to Meet the Department for International Trade Commercial Officers.

The DIT's sector leads are responsible for showcasing the UK's Financial and Professional services (including insurance and legal) sector capabilities and want to better understand your interests and concerns in internationalising your business in the financial services sector.

Representatives from:

  • Australia
  • China
  • India
  • LatAc (Mexico, Columbia and Brazil)
  • Kazakhstan
  • Turkey
  • USA (Chicago and Washington DC)
  • Poland
  • Israel
  • Vietnam
  • The Netherlands
  • Qatar
  • Singapore

will be in attendance to talk about sector opportunities in-country, the political and economic factors driving the financial services sector, how to do business, market entry, methods of getting paid.

This is an opportunity to share experience and increase your knowledge to develop your business.

The event is FREE to attend and will start at 10.30am and close with a networking lunch.

 

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