Whether you are looking for your first export opportunities or want to grow your existing overseas sales, the Food Export Conference should be a date in your diary.
Organised by British Baker in partnership with sister titles Food Manufacture and Meat Trades Journal, the event has been designed to arm delegates with advice about best practice from trade experts and British businesses enjoying success overseas.
The one-day event will be held at Ardencote Manor, Warwickshire, on Thursday, 5 October 2017.
Speakers include Adam Buckley, international sales director at Mr Kipling owner Premier Foods; Ed Wright, export director for Cranswick; Richard Clothier of Wyke Farms; and Paul Baker, director of Carrs Foods.
Topics will include financing, the help available from government bodies, legal issues, and how to identify the best overseas markets for your products.
The day comprises four sessions that will cover:
• Identifying your potential for growth
• How to organise your UK business to drive export
• World Trade Organisation rules
• What can be learned from food and drink manufacturers trading profitably overseas
“British bakery businesses of all sizes are already enjoying strong overseas trade but there are many more opportunities to be embraced,” said Vince Bamford, editor of British Baker.
“This conference will give suppliers the chance to learn from those who have found export success, and help them identify potential markets for their own goods.”
To register for the Food Export Conference, visit foodexportconference.co.uk. Register before Tuesday, 20 July for our early bird delegate rate of £328.00 + VAT.
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