For any company looking to make the big step towards global business, attending Going Global is an essential activity. Taking place on the 14th and 15th November at the historic ExCel London, Going Global will have an audience of of over 3,000 business professionals all looking to make the intimidating move into the global business arena. The event will not only provide the opportunity to learn from international experts at the forefront of the international trade market, but also to rub shoulders with huge brand names whilst networking with a multitude of businessmen and women in the same boat to make fresh and beneficial connections with.
With a deep focus on individual country markets, Going Global this year will be the place to be if its informed and market leading knowledge on a multitude of differing country markets. Alex Wheeler will be discussing the Chinese market, Alejandro Garcia will talk a deeper look into the Spanish market, and Bukhard Schneider will be tackling the German market, making for a well rounded look into some of the most booming economies in the world today. Jen Hoang will be on hand to lead a seminar giving a clear example of where aid from the Department of International Trade can create amazing success stories with her company Stitch & Story.
Global trade is built on the development of strong working relationship. This is why Going Global will provide the premier chances to nurture existing relationships and build new ones. With unrivalled networking opportunities as well as the chance to explore the surrounding shows in The Business Show and Direct Foreign Investment. Having the chance to take in everything on offer at these surrounding events will make for the most comprehensive business orientated event around. Combine all this with exhibitors such as American Express, Qatar Financial Centre and SOHAR Port and Freezone there isn’t a better chance to get all these professionals in the same spot for a day!
Opportunities like this don’t come around very often, especially ones that are as actively supported by the Department of International Trade, Global Chamber and the Institute of Export as Going Global is. With the looming uncertainty that Brexit has brought set to continue with the possibility of an extended leave time, the time is now to really start considering the potential that the international market could possess. Be sure to make room in your calendar for this event, as missing it could be the difference between a successful 2019 or not! Tickets are readily available from Going Global Website, where the full digital show guide is also available for perusal to begin planning what will undoubtedly be a very busy schedule!