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North America Culture Day, Sevenoaks (DIT)

Event Details

Date: 18th March 2020
Time: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

The US is the world’s largest consumer market and Britain’s largest single export market making it a fascinating and diverse place for UK exporters.

Do you want to give your business the best chance to succeed in the large, US market? Join the Department for International Trade to learn how to introduce your business and gain essential knowledge in the US Market.

This is a great opportunity to receive practical advice on how to get started and streamline your operations, including market research, planning, legal advice which you will need to be ready to export.

The US Market

The US has the largest, most competitive and technologically advanced economy in the world. Strategic positioning and well-informed expansion strategies applied in key markets are vital keys to unlocking competitive advantage! Attend this much anticipated event to explore how your business can break into the US successfully.

Why should you attend?

  • Hear thought provoking insight from market and business experts
  • Understand the practical side of exporting to the US
  • Discover what is needed to make a successful strategic expansion
  • Hear real-world advice from companies that made it big in the US
  • Hear from International Trade Advisers on how the Department for International Trade (DIT) can help your business launch and expand in the US

Who is this event for?

This event is part funded by the European Regional Development Fund. As a result, a range of data points must be collected to assess your company’s eligibility.

Companies must:

  • Be small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) according to the European SME definition
  • Be based in one of the regions covered by the funding ERDF Programmes*: Kent and parts of East Sussex – please see full details below*
  • Be registered in the UK
  • Not be “Undertaking in Difficulty” – please see the definition here
  • Have not received more than €200,000 in public funds over the last 3 fiscal years