London, United Kingdom, February 20, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Overseas business networking and information event on Thursday 3rd March at the Grange St Paul’s Hotel EC4.
Business Junction, London’s leading independent business network, is hosting a special event to help companies from the south-east boost their international trading opportunities on Thursday 3rd March from 5.30pm at The Grange St Paul’s Hotel, EC4.
The event is designed to help the all sectors and seizes of businesses learn more about taking their products, services and operations across into Europe, the US, Canada, Australasia, South America and Africa.
Hosted in conjunction with Knowledge Dock, the University of East London’s enterprise development service and UK Trade & Industry, the event provides tailored information about available business support programmes and funding initiatives to help any business succeed abroad.
In addition to offering information, the event is an excellent networking opportunity, giving companies a unique chance to meet other businesses which have already created overseas links. Companies can find out first-hand about their experiences and gain invaluable insights about new markets, sourcing potential new suppliers, partners and clients over canapés and complimentary drinks.
Mark Herring, Business Junction’s director is confident that all businesses will find the event invaluable. He commented: “Companies are often unsure how to expand their activities outside the UK. This event brings all the information they need in a single location and together with specialist advisors. It is a perfect opportunity to network with other businesses that are already there: companies can find out first-hand what it’s really like to do business in India or how the Euro’s strength will impact their expansion plans in Germany. Our last event specifically on business with China sold out with 70 attendees making invaluable connections”.
Booking links to the event can be found on Business Junction’s website, www.businessjunction.co.uk.
Part funded by the European Union, the event takes place at The Grange St. Paul’s, the new five star hotel located within yards of the famous cathedral in the heart of London's financial district.