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How Can You Win More Business Overseas?

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hlw Keeble Hawson’s manufacturing team would like to invite you to join us for a workshop and panel discussion designed specifically to provide you with practical advice on how to do more – and better – business overseas.

What will you get from the event?

  1. Practical tips that will give you the confidence to make more of future international business opportunities
  2. Advice on how to overcome cultural differences when you’re doing business overseas 
  3. The opportunity to share best practice with other business leaders in the manufacturing sector 
  4. An insight into current trends in the manufacturing sector
  5. New business contacts that could generate future opportunities for your business

Our speakers include:

Nick Patrick of South Yorkshire International Trade Centre who will tell you why you should export and how you go about it.

Andy McKenna of The Sheffield City Region Access to Finance Centre of Expertise who will speak about the types of finance available to manufacturers wishing to export

Karin Schimmelschulze of German Advantage who will outline the differences in business culture and etiquette between the UK and other jurisdictions (with particular emphasis on Germany) and share  tips that will help you maximise your chances of winning orders overseas 

An informal session after the presentation will give you the opportunity to share your experiences, listen to the experiences of your fellow guests and ask the speakers any questions you may have.

The event will take place on :

Tuesday 10 November 2015 at 08.30am (registration from 08.00am and finishing no later than 10am) in the Oak Room at The Leopold Hotel, 2 Leopold Street, Sheffield, S1 2GZ, telephone 0114 252 4000,

What do you need to do now?

The event is free but places are limited so please book early to reserve your places.

Please click here to attend the seminar.

If you have any enquires, please contact Judi Johnson Hart at or by telephone on 0114 276 5555.

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