Exporting is GREAT Week

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Launched today, Exporting is GREAT week will run until 22nd April and aims to inspire and support 100,000 exporters to explore fresh opportunities.

UKTI’s year long Exporting is GREAT roadshow, will visit select regions giving face to face advice to first time exporters, using the latest technology from Microsoft to connect businesses to international opportunities in real time. You can find out what is happening in the East of England here.

Exporting is GREAT aims to inspire and support 100,000 additional UK exporters to sell their goods and services overseas by 2020. Launched in November 2015, Exporting is GREAT partners with major UK businesses, to support companies at every stage of their exporting journey – from identifying opportunities to winning contracts overseas.

At www.exportingisgreat.gov.uk ambitious UK businesses can register their interest for real-time global export opportunities, as well as access expert advice, trade services, training and events.  The site contains thousands of export opportunities – worth hundreds of millions of pounds and organised by sector and market – which are easily accessible. A thousand new opportunities are being uploaded each month.

To find out more, visit www.exportingisgreat.gov.uk.

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