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Places are limited - save the date now - 27th June 4pm-7.45 pm, Unipart, Oxford

This will the change the game for all of us!

There is no clear picture of how Britain will trade with other countries after 2018, yet we already see a major push to expand international trade. 

With a weaker pound, there are real opportunities to grow. How you respond in the coming months will determine the future for your business. So, we’ve created an informative and interactive event for Oxfordshire businesses. 

Anneliese Dodds, MEP and parliamentary candidate for Oxford East, will give her perspective on the challenges and opportunities offered by Brexit. Two local business leaders with a successful history of international trading will share their experience and plans. Rob Lewtas from the Department of International Trade (DIT) will introduce a new source of funding to support international expansion. There will also be small group discussions and a panel debate, with experts in relevant fields available to facilitate and contribute.

End your evening with canapes, drinks and networking - the chance to make new contacts and discuss further.

Venue: Unipart House, Garsington Rd, Cowley, Oxford OX4 6LN (satnav postcode) 

Date & time: Tuesday 27th June 4pm-7.45 pm

Registration and other details will be published soon.

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Testimonial

“Excellent event: great value, very relevant, and chock-full of speakers who offered practical advice and were happy to share their personal experiences. Much better to get advice from real business people than the usual sources.”

Michael Palij MW, MD, Winetraders (UK) Ltd

 

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