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Thursday, July 18, 2024

Key note speakers fly in for Northwest’s premier Middle East event

Key note speakers from the Middle East are flying in for the Northwest’s leading event designed to help the regions robust manufacturing and service sector companies identify business opportunities in the Gulf and Iraq.

Sponsored by Emirates, The Cardboard Board Box Company, Progrex It Solutions and Forbes Solicitors the Expo, taking place on 6th September at the International Business Expo between 9:30am and 14:30pm, will focus not just on the traditional oil and gas sectors but highlighting the significant construction projects surrounding the Qatar World Cup, UAE 2020 and Kuwait’s Vision 2030. Delegate companies will be able to engage directly with the specialist in market experts to help them access the most suitable business partners and take a share in the 20,000 projects in development worth over £2.6 trillion. The distinguished line up of market specialists for the latest of these regular events include: Emirates, AEI (Saudi Arabia), Link Group (UAE and Qatar), Aeon Gulf (Kuwait), Iraq Britain Business Council, Arab British Chamber of Commerce, Intertek, Moneycorp, UK Export Finance, and the University of Central Lancashire’s School of Language and Global Studies.

Organised by the International Business Department of the East Lancashire Chamber of Commerce and held in the Chamber’s conference suite, these highly popular International Business Expos are recognised by leading businesses engaging in International trade many of whom are Export Champions or Queens Award for Export winners as must attend events. The high of level information acquired and influential contacts made enable them to keep ahead of the competition.

One such organization is What More UK Ltd whose International Sales Manager, Javier Soria De Vicente who commenting on the last Expo on Latin America said: “Very helpful event. It helped me in seeing new routes to investigate to do business in Latin America, other routes and markets more suitable for my organisation than just the obvious ones”

Businesses are urged to attend this free event as never again will there be such an opportunity to meet with all the organisations who can help them trade with tenacity in this region.

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