Helping your small business export

  • by Carole Jordan
  • 03 Oct, 2016

Enterprise Nation, the small business support group, is organising trade missions over the next three months. Could they help you with your next big steps in business?

Want to gain more knowledge in exporting?

If you’re ready to strike out and get some on the ground information about specific territories join these missions to learn about the opportunities in that country. You’ll also hear how other business achieved exporting success, get advice from the professionals and test the reaction to your products or services in that market. 

Their next mission will be to Hong Kong and China:

9-14 November with focus on e-commerce

This mission will feature:

  • Workshops from HSBC on how to raise finance and trade in the China
  • First-hand experience of the world’s highest grossing shopping day known as Singles' Day on 11 November with
  • An interactive session with renowned Chinese social media experts, RedAnt, introducing you to the Chinese social media platforms
  • Meet the manufacturer and distributor sessions for you to source and sell
  • Evening reception with local entrepreneurs and experts who can help you to export to China

You can view the full programme here.

You can find out first-hand how one attendee’s experience in the 2015 china mission transformed his business:

All details above were correct at the time of publishing - for more up to date information please get in touch .

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