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Get set, Connect, Go global at ScotExport 2019

Nov 12, 9:15 am - 4:00 pm

With Brexit due to happen on 31 October, Scottish companies should take steps now to build resilience and maximise opportunities, both at home and abroad.


The ScotExport event is designed to help you plan your exporting strategy and will direct you to all of the public sector support available. Whether you are new to exporting or already trading overseas, ScotExport brings together the experts, advice and knowledge sharing you’ll need to grow international sales.


Why attend ScotExport 2019?

  • Get the latest on the global outlook and what it means for your business
  • Hear from Scotland’s leading exporters, and international trade experts
  • Gather market insights and explore opportunities
  • Learn practical tips on entering international markets
  • Find grants and funding to help you make it to market

Don’t just take our word for it ….

“ScotExport is a must-go event for connecting with market experts. We need to focus on the right markets at the right time. It’s good to understand how we best tap into international opportunities. Scottish Enterprise and Scottish Development International provide a great support network.”

Myles Bax, Business Development


Sessions include:

  • Get set, connect, go global panel discussion
  • How to sell to your first overseas market
  • How to trade with the USA
  • Auld Alliance: Scotland’s trade links with France
  • Bitesize ecommerce lunch ‘n’ learn
  • Tapping into China’s eTrade opportunity
  • Where to find your next export opportunity
  • Finance options for global growth
  • My exporting journey
  • Making the right connections to build a global brand
  • How to innovate and stay globally competitive
  • Global outlook and what it means for your business

Speakers include:

  • Sticky Heelz – Laura Birrell
  • Edrington – Paul Ross
  • Totseat/SnapDragon – Rachel Jones
  • Nairns Oatcakes – Katie Birrell
  • Harris Tweed Hebrides – Mark Hogarth
  • Gael Force Group – Marc Wilson
  • AMDetails – Alan Medcraf
  • HMRC – Jackie Thoms
  • HMRC – John Griffiths
  • Institute of Export & International Trade – Kevin Shakespeare
  • Scottish Government – Gary Gillespie
  • CBI – Tracy Black
  • MBM Commercial LLP – Tracey Ginn
  • Scottish Engineering – Paul Sheerin
  • UK Export Finance – Jon Boyce
  • Scotland Food & Drink – James Withers
  • Intelligent Growth Solutions – David Farquhar
  • The Business Trinity – Stephen Whitelaw
  • Second Nature Online – Karen Riddick


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