NSAwards Grand Finale

Nordic Startup Awards Grand Finale 2018 took place on the 30th October, and Goodwille as Nordic Partners of the NSAwards were of course on site in Copenhagen to celebrate the best of Nordic startups and entrepreneurs. Our Marketing Manager James Service gave a run down on the Awards, and below he reveals the highlights of the show and the startups and entrepreneurs that stood out extra among the best of the best Nordic businesses. 

It was a cold, wet and dreary Tuesday night in Copenhagen. But it was the Nordic Startup Awards Grand Finale, and Goodwille (a Nordic Partner) are one of a few service providers joining the elite in Nordic Tech at the Østre Gasværk Teater.

It’s got everything you could want from an awards ceremony, but it’s wrapped in an energy and warmth generated by the finalists. There is talk of collaboration not competition, with Thorbjorg Helga Vigfusdottir, winner of the people’s choice asking the other Nordic Countries to help her in raising the profile of Iceland.

For me, there were a few winners and speeches which really stood out, and I wanted to share them with you.

Best HealthTech Startup – Nightingale Health

Nightingale Health, a healthcare startup from Finland who are disrupting and revolutionising the healthcare sector – or, as their CEO put it, the sickcare sector. Nightingale Health are creating pioneering products for the active prevention of lifestyle diseases, with their blood testing technology providing 50 times more data than current solutions.

We heard their CEO speak earlier in a panel, and he asked the audience “What’s better than someone offering you $1Billion for your company?”.

“Telling them no”, he replied.

An excited Finn isn’t something found very often, but this guy was inspiring, warming and oozing with the entrepreneur mentality. Sadly Nightingale Health missed out on the Startup of the Year award, but we are excited to see them later this year at SLUSH.

Ecosystem Hero of the Year – Sissel Hansen

Sissel Hansen, the founder of the book series Startup Guide (available at good book stores, online and at the Goodwille offices) got the biggest cheer of the night from the crowd. An emotional speech in which she declared she was “passionate about passionate people”. Sissel launched her book series with no knowledge of publishing, but she had no problems telling the “expert” publisher who joined her on the journey that’s not how they were going to do it. She made it clear that if you do what you’ve always done, you’re going to get the same results. You could see how much it meant to both Sissel and the crowd for her to be recognised with this accolade; and for that, it was one of my highlights.

Best AI/Machine Learning Startup – Corti

An AI assistant that helps emergency service call takers better diagnose patients. Corti analyses everything the caller says and shares. The platform is used by the emergency services in Copenhagen right now and helping to save lives. The recipient of the award said he couldn’t wait to take it back to the team who were still working, in their basement, at 9pm. Whilst we all gathered to celebrate their success, the people who built it work tirelessly to improve it, for our future benefit – it’s this passion and commitment that’s inspiring.

Saga Robotics, who see Brexit as an opportunity for their robotic fruit picking business picked up the award for best Foodtech Agritech Startup. Whilst 657 Oslo, the home to over 225 talented individuals beat Maria01 and Minc to the prize of Best Coworking Space.

For the startups, it’s the recognition. They spend long hours, days and years, working on disrupting or revolutionising an industry that they are passionate about, with no guarantees of success. And it’s their commitment to their product which makes our world easier, more comfortable, safer or healthier.

For us it was a privilege to join the Grand Finale, and we look forward to developing our partnership with the Nordic Startup Awards, and supporting many of their winners and finalists, both past and present, with their future UK Market Entry.

Find out more about the Nordic Startup Awards & Goodwille by reading our partnership press release here.

In the picture: all regional winners at the NSAwards Grand Finale 2018

Expand to England – Slush 2018 Side Event

Slush Helsinki is the world’s leading startup event, gathering over 20,000 techies with one common goal – to celebrate entrepreneurship, making a sustainable and positive impact through tech, and facilitate meetings between companies and entrepreneurs of the future.

This year, Slush takes place 4-5 December in and around Helsinki. It’s a mix of a festival and conference only dedicated to tech, with several side events taking place all around the Finnish capital. Goodwille together with DIT – Department for International Trade are proud to host the Slush side event EXPAND TO ENGLAND on the 4th December. The event will provide startups with everything they need to expand abroad!

EXPAND TO ENGLAND

Are you ready to take your business out of the Nordics to the UK or other European markets?
Are you ready to scale your team and expand internationally?

Join this SLUSH side event with speakers responsible for helping some of Finland’s fastest growing tech companies scale into the UK!

The UK is repeatedly ranked one of the best locations for European businesses looking to expand internationally – it has access to a pool of talent, capital and investors, it boosts a large tech community and it is perfectly located in the middle of time zones. The UK is also a big gateway through which to enter the US market.

Hosted by Goodwille and the Department for International Trade, EXPAND TO ENGLAND will provide you with everything you need to succeed in the UK. Attendees will learn how to raise investment, how to promote yourself internationally, and how avoid the pitfalls many others have fallen into.

This event is for startups, SME’s, entrepreneurs and businesses looking to establish in the UK, as well as mentors and advisors helping tech businesses succeed on UK’s tech scene. It will be an interactive seminar with experts on international expansion, followed by networking and 1-2-1 sessions with the experts.

EVENT DETAILS

Date: 4 December 2018
Venue: Meeting Park Forum, 20 B Mannerheimintie, 00100 Helsinki
Time: 17:00 – 20:00
Registration: The event is free of charge but requires registration. Grab your free ticket HERE!

 

ABOUT THE EVENT HOSTS

Goodwille help businesses from the Nordic region expand into and scale in the UK. We have over 20 years of experience supporting businesses with all the essential services needed to operate on the UK market. We know what’s needed to run a UK business, and this knowledge combined with understanding how business works in your home market makes the move from the Nordics to the UK smooth. Let us take care of the practical UK side of your business while you focus on your core business!

DIT – Department for International Trade is the UK government agency for international trade, economy and investment. If you want to expand into the UK, DIT can provide you with market and sector data that will facilitate your entry to the UK.

Why startups are flocking to Oslo

Oslo is fast becoming the place to be for tech startups, rivalling the more traditional Silicon Valley area as somewhere to make money and develop new products.

Once a city known for its maritime industry and rich oil reserves, Oslo is keeping up with the digital world by pushing innovation in cutting-edge tech. Indeed, according to last year’s State of the City report for Oslo, Norway’s capital saw an impressive 160% rise in startup investments in 2017, representing the largest rise in Scandinavia bar Sweden.

A move away from oil to eco-friendly tech

Oslo’s focused efforts on tech have in part been prompted by competition in the oil market. Low oil prices in Venezuela and the Middle East have had a significant effect on the sale of Norway’s primary export. In an effort to retain the country’s spot as the eighth wealthiest country in the world and to assuage the effects of climate change caused by the burning of fossil fuels, Norwegian leaders are turning to green tech.

This fits in with Norway’s recent commitment to sustainability. Currently, it is one of the only countries in the world to have introduced a carbon emissions tax, with the government offering a subsidy of 25% for fuel-efficient vehicles. In this way, Oslo is the perfect place for startups looking to make money while retaining their green credentials and helping to fight the ever-encroaching problem of climate change.

Socially-minded – the next big thing in the startup world

The question of how a startup will benefit society in general – as well as the customers it directly serves – is becoming an increasingly pressing issue for entrepreneurs everywhere. According to the State of City report, around 15% of tech investments in Norway in 2016 were tailored towards sustainability, demonstrating the attractiveness of green credentials to socially-minded investors.

A move away from Silicon Valley

Whether deciding to opt for Oslo or not, it is generally becoming accepted that Silicon Valley is no longer the mecca that it once was for tech entrepreneurs. Since 2014, the number of so-called ‘unicorns’ (startups valued at over $1bn) in the area has declined by almost 50%, with more popping up in Asia and Europe, particularly Nordic countries.

If you are looking at expanding your startup beyond your home market, you should talk to Goodwille. We have spent the past 20 years helping overseas businesses expand to the UK and have a large network of partners that can support international expansion to the UK and elsewhere in the world. Get in touch with us today for more information about how we can help your startup succeed in international markets.

Nordic Startup Awards announces Goodwille as a strategic UK partner

Press release 3 October 2018.

Clever Nordic businesses have spent the past five years battling it out to be crowned the Nordic Startup Awards, Startup of the Year. The Nordic Startup Awards maps, connects, promotes and celebrates the Nordic startup ecosystem, across all five countries, internally in the region as well as to the rest of the world.

NSAwards are excited to announce Goodwille as their strategic UK based Nordic Partner. Goodwille, whose roots are firmly tied to the Nordic countries have helped hundreds of tech businesses, including regional & national finalists of the Nordic Startup Awards, enter the UK market.

Kim Balle, Co-Founder & CEO of the Nordic Startup Awards says “It’s exciting to have Goodwille onboard as a Nordic Partner. Goodwille have an unrivalled track record of helping Nordic businesses with their expansion to the UK, and their experience will prove invaluable to our entrants and finalists”.

Nordic businesses often look to the UK when expanding outside of the region for the first time, and Goodwille have shared their vast experiences at London Tech Week, Oslo Innovation Week & later this year, SLUSH.

James Service, Marketing Manager of Goodwille says “We’ve been working closely with the Nordic startup scene for over two decades. This partnerships with the Nordic Startup Awards cements our position as the market leader in helping businesses from the Nordic region with their expansion to the UK.”

Over 2,500 companies were nominated for the Nordic Startup Awards in 2018, and the regional finalists received tens of thousands of nominations from across the Nordic countries.

With the five regional finals drawing to a close, the regional winners will battle it out at The Grand Finale in Copenhagen on the 30th October to win one of thirteen awards, including Founder of the Year, Best Accelerator or Incubator & Startup of the Year.

Press Contacts

Kim Balle, Co-Founder & CEO, Nordic Startup Awards
kim@globalstartupawards.com

James Service, Marketing Manager, Goodwille
james.service@goodwille.com

Oslo Innovation Week 2018

Oslo Innovation Week is getting closer and so is our event The world is ready for Norwegian tech (but are you ready fore the world?)! Join us at Oslo House of Innovation on 25 September for all the tips and advice you need to take your tech business to the next level! We have a great lineup of speakers covering everything tech startups need to know to conquer the world – from hiring for scale-up and winning PR tricks, to raising investment and getting up to speed quickly in new markets. And speaking of speakers, we have some great news to share!

We are happy and excited to announce that we have added Alliance Venture to the list of speakers at the event! Being the leading early stage investor in Norway, Alliance Ventures bring insights on what’s cooking on the Norwegian tech scene, opportunity in international markets (and where to go) and what to think about when raising investment for your startup. A great addition to the mix of advice on how to make a Norwegian startup an international success that startups attending the event can expect!

Tickets are free for tech businesses but you need to sign up to attend. Click HERE to get to the event sign up.

About the event

The event targets Norwegian Tech businesses that are ready to expand  to international markets. It will be an interactive seminar with speakers responsible for helping some of Norway’s fastest growing tech businesses tap in to & scale up in international markets, providing you with all the insights you need to take the big leap. We will also hear the success story of a Norwegian startup and advice from someone who has done the full journey and succeeded.

The seminar is followed by a networking session where you will get the chance to mingle with the speakers, like-minded entrepreneurs, people and businesses that have already made the journey, as well as experts that can advice you on what to think about when taking your businesses onto the international arena. We will also offer 1-2-1 sessions with all speakers for those interested!

Speakers

360 Leaders – Learn about the importance of building the right company culture and getting the right people when going from startup to scaleup and expanding into new areas. 360 Leaders is a market-leading executive search firm that provides leadership talent to the world’s most innovative tech companies, including Apple, Facebook, iZettle and Schibsted Media Group.

Alliance Venture – Scaling your business and expanding to new markets can be costly. Venture Capital firm Alliance Venture is the leading early stage investor in Norway that invest in tech companies with global potential and work with them to expand internationally. They will talk about the exciting tech scene in Norway and how to leverage that in international markets, what they as investors see as the hottest tech right now and what they look for in companies they invest in.

Deliberate PR – As a small, Nordic business ready to take on the world, you need to showcase to potential investors, strategic partners, employees, and users what makes you unique and scalable. Deliberate PR helps Nordic startups make the news with creative strategies and clever news themes. They will speak about how you can use news to your advantage and show examples of how they have created PR campaigns that helped Nordic startups succeed around the world.

No Isolation – With the help of Deliberate PR, Norwegian startup No Isolation made a huge buzz in the media as part of their UK launch campaign. They will share their amazing story and the decision to expand internationally early on, and provide both inspiration and advice on expanding abroad from Norway.

Goodwille & Escalon – The co-hosts of the event! Together we’ve helped businesses from Norway expand into the UK & US markets for decades. We will share our insights and tips on how to get to market quickly, and the opportunities in the UK and US markets for Norwegian businesses.

Events details
Date: Tuesday 25 September 2018
Time: 10am-1pm
Location: Oslo House of Innovation (OHOI), 4th floor, Skippergata 22, 0154 Sentrum, Oslo, Norway
Tickets: Grab your ticket HERE!

About Oslo Innovation Week

Oslo Innovation Week is an annual happening inviting people from all around the world to Norway’s capital city for conferences, talks, pitching, workshops and networking with like-minded, change-driven corporates, entrepreneurs, startups and organisations. 2018’s edition in the 13th Oslo Innovation Week around, this year held between 24-28 September. Oslo Innovation Week is owned by the City of Oslo and Innovation Norway, with Oslo Business Region as project manager. Check out the full programme for OIW 2018 on oiw.no/.

The World is Ready for Norwegian Tech (but are you ready for the world?)

Are you ready to take your Norwegian business to international markets? As part of Oslo Innovation Week 2018, Goodwille and our friends at Escalon Services are co-hosting the event The World is Ready for Norwegian Tech (but are you ready for the world). Join us on 25 September and learn all about what it takes to expand your businesses abroad – from raising investment and making the right decisions, to raising your profile, building a sustainable and productive work culture, as well as all the do’s and don’ts from experts and other Norwegian startups that have succeeded in taking their business from Norway onto international markets.

About the event

The event targets Norwegian Tech businesses that (think they) are ready to leave koselig behind and expand their business to international markets. It will be an interactive seminar with speakers responsible for helping some of Norway’s fastest growing tech businesses tap in to & scale up in international markets, providing you with all the insights you need to take the big leap. We will also hear the success story of a Norwegian startup and advice from someone who has done the full journey and succeeded.

The seminar is followed by a networking session where you will get the chance to mingle with the speakers, like-minded entrepreneurs, people and businesses that have already made the journey, as well as experts that can advice you on what to think about when taking your businesses onto the international arena. We will also offer 1-2-1 sessions with all speakers for those interested!

Speakers

360 Leaders – Learn about the importance of building the right company culture and getting the right people when going from startup to scaleup and expanding into new areas. 360 Leaders is a market-leading executive search firm that provides leadership talent to the world’s most innovative tech companies, including Apple, Facebook, iZettle and Schibsted Media Group.

Deliberate PR – As a small, Nordic business ready to take on the world, you need to showcase to potential investors, strategic partners, employees, and users what makes you unique and scalable. Deliberate PR helps Nordic startups and concept make the news with creative strategies and clever news themes. They will speak about how you can use news to your advantage and show examples of how they have created PR campaigns that helped Nordic startups succeed around the world.

No Isolation – With the help of Deliberate PR, Norwegian startup No Isolation made a huge buzz in the media as part of their UK launch campaign. They will share their amazing story and the decision to expand internationally early on, and provide both inspiration and advice on expanding abroad from Norway.

Goodwille & Escalon – The co-hosts of the event! Together we’ve helped businesses from Norway expand into the UK & US markets for decades. We will share our insights and tips to get to market quickly, and the opportunities in the UK and US markets for Norwegian businesses.

Events details
Date: Tuesday 25 September 2018
Time: 10am-1pm
Location: Oslo House of Innovation (OHOI), 4th floor, Skippergata 22, 0154 Sentrum, Oslo, Norway
Tickets: Grab your ticket HERE!

About Oslo Innovation Week

Oslo Innovation Week is an annual happening inviting people from all around the world to Norway’s capital city for conferences, talks, pitching, workshops and networking with like-minded, change-driven corporates, entrepreneurs, startups and organisations. 2018’s edition in the 13th Oslo Innovation Week around, this year held between 24-28 September. Oslo Innovation Week is owned by the City of Oslo and Innovation Norway, with Oslo Business Region as project manager. Check out the full programme for OIW 2018 on oiw.no/.

Goodwille are co-hosting event in Oslo during Oslo Innovation Week

Oslo has been ranked the #1 city in the world in terms of quality of life and is one of the most business friendly cities in the world. The Norwegians are known to be digitally advanced and early adopters of new technology – because of this, the start-up scene is booming and Norwegian Tech is hotter than ever.

As part of Oslo Innovation Week 2018, Goodwille together with our friends at Escalon Services are co-hosting the event The World is Ready for Norwegian Tech (but are you ready for the world). Join us on 25 September and learn what it takes to expand your businesses abroad!

About the event

The event targets Norwegian Tech businesses that (think they) are ready to leave koselig behind and expand their business to international markets! It will be an interactive seminar with speakers who are responsible for helping some of Norway’s fastest growing tech businesses tap in to & scale up in international markets, providing you with all the insights you need to take the big leap. The seminars will cover all aspects of what you need to think about, from  raising investment, raising your profile and how to make the right decisions when going from Oslo to the rest of the world.

The seminar is followed by a networking session where you will get the chance to mingle with the speakers, like-minded entrepreneurs, people and businesses that have already done the journey, as well as experts that can advice you on what to think about when taking your businesses onto the international arena.

EVENTS DETAILS
Date: Tuesday 25 September 2018
Time: 10am-12.30pm
Location: Oslo House of Innovation (OHOI), 4th floor, Skippergata 22, 0154 Sentrum, Oslo, Norway
Tickets: Grab your ticket HERE!

Are you interested in being actively involved in the event as sponsor or speaker, please get in touch with James Service at james.service@goodwille.com.

About Oslo Innovation Week

Oslo Innovation Week is an annual happening inviting people from all around the world to Norway’s capital city for conferences, talks, pitching, workshops and networking with like-minded, change-driven corporates, entrepreneurs, startups and organisations. 2018’s edition in the 13th Oslo Innovation Week around, this year held between 24-28 September. Oslo Innovation Week is owned by the City of Oslo and Innovation Norway, with Oslo Business Region as project manager. Check out the full programme for OIW 2018 on oiw.no/.

LAUNCH IN LONDON | Speaker introduction: Alexander Goodwille – Goodwille

London is a great place to be for tech businesses – it has access to great pool of talent, capital and investors, it boosts a large tech community and it’s perfectly located in the middle of time zones. With all these possibilities available – how can businesses and entrepreneurs utilise these to the best extent possible, and what else is needed to succeed?

On 14 June, Goodwille are hosting the event Launch in London as part of London Tech Week. The event targets startups, tech businesses and entrepreneurs with aspirations to launch in London, and will provide insights and expert advice on everything you need to succeed with your tech business in London.

One of the speakers at the event is our very own CEO Alexander Goodwille. If you read our blog on a regular basis, you might already be familiar with Alexander and what we do at Goodwille, but reading the introduction below we’re sure you’ll learn something new about Alexander, the Goodwille family business and why we are hosting Launch in London during London Tech Week!

During Launch in London, Alexander will speak about:

With over twenty years (twenty one to be exact!) experience helping companies expand in the UK, Goodwille have seen many businesses succeed, and also some businesses struggle with their UK operations. Alexander will share his best tips, and the pitfalls to avoid when starting up your business in London. He will provide common mistakes that he has seen over the years and give examples of unpleasant situations you might end up in if you haven’t done your homework!

About Goodwille and why we host Launch in London during London Tech Week 2018

Goodwille help businesses succeed with their UK operation. Founded by Swedish business woman Annika Åman-Goodwille, Goodwille take care of the administration and practical issues associated with running a business in the UK, so businesses can focus on clients and growing their business! Covering five integrated department, including Corporate Legal and Compliance, Finance, People Management and HR, Payroll, and Virtual Office and Meeting Rooms, we provide a solid foundation for you to grow your business.

At Goodwille, we think that startups and entrepreneurs should focus their efforts on value creation instead of admin and trying to learn the systems and requirements to run a UK business, and Tech is one of the most represented industries in our client-base. We want to provide startups, entrepreneurs and tech businesses with not only the administrative support they need to succeed in the UK, but also to give them valuable advice on how to interact with British clients and colleagues, how to make a name of yourself on London’s big tech scene, and also where and how to look for help to maximise your potential. We hope that Launch in London will provide just this to growing businesses, British or foreign, that wish to conquer London in 2018.

About Alexander

Alexander is the Computer Engineer that after 10 years in Investment Banking in March 2017 stepped up as CEO for the family business that his mother had founded 20 years earlier. He has a deep passion for all things tech and entrepreneurial, and he loves seeing people grow and succeed. Growing up in the UK with a Swedish mother and Scottish father and having seen the Goodwille business grow from the first client to nearly 2,000 companies helped to date, he has seen and experienced several culture clashes between cultures that are seemingly similar, but maybe more importantly – he has seen many foreign companies succeed in the UK.

LAUNCH IN LONDON – EVENTS DETAILS
Date: Thursday 14 June 2018
Time: 10am-1pm
Location: Level39, One Canada Square, Canary Wharf, London E14 5AB
Tickets: This event is fully booked, email hello@goodwille.com to be put on the waiting list

LAUNCH IN LONDON | Speaker introduction: Joanna Smit – Smit Training

London is a great place to be for tech businesses – it has access to great pool of talent, capital and investors, it boosts a large tech community and it’s perfectly located in the middle of time zones. With all these possibilities available – how can businesses and entrepreneurs utilise these to the best extent possible, and what else is needed to succeed?

On 14 June, Goodwille are hosting the event Launch in London as part of London Tech Week. The event targets startups, tech businesses and entrepreneurs with aspirations to launch in London, and will provide insights and expert advice on everything you need to succeed with your tech business in London.

One of the speakers at the event is Joanna Smit, Founder and Business Culture Consultant at Smit Training. Get to know Joanna a bit better and learn what she will bring to the discussion at Launch in London!

During Launch in London, Joanna will speak about:

The importance of (business) culture to succeed when entering a new market! Joanna will help you understand the British people and give insights on how to work effectively with them – both how to collaborate with the Brits in your team and how to sell to British clients. Her talk will give your new business the best chance of success as you will be equipped with all the intercultural skills you need to make your transition in to the UK market .

About Smit Training

Doing business in a new country brings exciting new opportunities but also certain challenges, such as overcoming language barriers or adapting to a different work culture. Smit Training trains multi-national organisations on how to work effectively with the Brits. Training courses include: leading British teams effectively, working with British colleagues or selling to British clients. Smit Training’s clients include senior managers and sales teams of multi-national organisations, international chambers of commerce, and international business schools.

About Joanna

The Founder of Smit Training, Joanna Smit, draws on nearly 10 years experience in international sales & investment banking with both the public and private sector across various countries, including the UK. Joanna has lived and worked in 6 countries and speaks several languages fluently.

Website: www.smit-training.com

LAUNCH IN LONDON – EVENTS DETAILS
Date: Thursday 14 June 2018
Time: 10am-1pm
Location: Level39, One Canada Square, Canary Wharf, London E14 5AB
Tickets: Grab your free ticket HERE!

LAUNCH IN LONDON | Speaker introduction: Mark Leaver – DIT

London is a great place to be for tech businesses – it has access to great pool of talent, capital and investors, it boosts a large tech community and it’s perfectly located in the middle of time zones. With all these possibilities available – how can businesses and entrepreneurs utilise these to the best extent possible, and what else is needed to succeed?

On 14 June, Goodwille are hosting the event Launch in London as part of London Tech Week. The event targets startups, tech businesses and entrepreneurs with aspirations to launch in London, and will provide insights and expert advice on everything you need to succeed with your tech business in London.

One of the speakers at the event is Mark Leaver, Creative Industries Specialist and Adviser for UK Department for International Trade, DIT. Get to know Mark a bit better and learn what he will bring to the discussion at Launch in London!

About Mark

Mark works with the Department for International Trade as a specialist adviser on the creative and digital media industries, assisting and advising international businesses to make investments and grow their presence in the UK and guiding DIT thinking on the creative technology landscape.

During Launch in London, Mark will speak about:

Starting off by introducing DIT and how they can help foreign businesses in the UK, Mark will talk about opportunity in the UK for inward investment; specific sector growth, focusing on the creative and technology sectors; Brexit (the inevitable topic!) and why despite Brexit, the UK is still very much open for business; and the accelerators and programmes available to help accelerate your business in the UK.

About Department for International Trade

Department for International Trade, DIT, is an international economic department of the UK government, operating to secure UK and global prosperity by promoting and financing international trade and investment, championing free trade. The responsibilities of the Department include bringing together policy, promotion and financial expertise to break down barriers to trade and investment and promoting British trade and investment across the world. This includes helping foreign businesses locate in the UK, as well as helping UK businesses expand overseas.

Website: www.gov.uk/government/organisations/department-for-international-trade

LAUNCH IN LONDON – EVENTS DETAILS
Date: Thursday 14 June 2018
Time: 10am-1pm
Location: Level39, One Canada Square, Canary Wharf, London E14 5AB
Tickets: Grab your free ticket HERE!