UK Trade & Investment at the 2014 European Offshore & Energy Exhibition

Published:  24 January, 2014

For the first time UKTI will be exhibiting at the European Offshore & Energy Exhibition at the UK NEC in Birmingham between 8-10th April 2014, taking place alongside the Drives & Controls Exhibition, The Plant & Asset Exhibition, Air-Tech, and the Fluid Power & Systems Show.

Jim Feeney, head of UKTI’s Advanced Manufacturing Events explained the UKTI’s reasons for attending: “We felt this event offered the opportunity to reach businesses which were not yet exporting and introduce them to UKTI and engage with existing exporters and introduce them to new markets. We plan to do both at the event. We will seek to highlight the work UKTI does locally, nationally and internationally and to introduce and explain the product range of support available through government networks and the business partners with whom we regularly operate.

 “UKTI will also feature prominently in the conference and seminar programme, highlighting where we are working and the successes we are achieving. 

“We will put together a strong presence at the show with the intention of assisting more companies to explore exporting for the first time, or to consider new markets, or to identify potential new customers in existing export markets with our team on site during the event.  We will be able to provide details of our programme of activities across all sectors through 2014-15 and beyond and will be able to explain how and where UKTI support can fit the needs of individual companies.”

UKTI will exhibit at Stand Number E320 during the event and local, national and international representatives will be available for meetings with UK companies wishing to learn more about what UKTI does more about who UKTI knows in a particular sector in a particular market.

For further information please visit: www.europeanoffshoreenergy-expo.com

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