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North West Parliamentary Export Programme (PEP)

Date: July 8th, 11:00

Grow Your Business: Export to New, Growing Markets

The Parliamentary Export Programme (PEP) is a series of virtual events held for businesses in a constituency, chaired and organised by their local MP. Attend these interactive sessions, where you will receive expert advice and practical guidance on growing and expanding exports.

Trade deals are reducing barriers and opening doors to new markets. Sign up to the 60-minute online event in your constituency, led by your local MP, to learn how your business can unlock new opportunities around the world.

Partnering with the Department for International Trade (DIT), MPs across the United Kingdom are chairing a series of free informative and interactive webinars for businesses in their local constituencies.

Whether your business provides goods or services, has never exported before, or you are a past or current exporter, the Parliamentary Export Programme’s virtual events will provide you with practical information to find new overseas customers.

Join us to hear from a local exporter on their success exporting to new markets, and representatives from DIT who will provide details of business support programmes tailored for SMEs.

The webinar will include:

  • A local experienced exporter who will share their experience of successfully exporting to a new, growing market.
  • An International Trade Advisor who will provide an overview of the free exporting guidance and support available to SMEs,
  • A question-and-answer session where you can engage with other local businesses and share your views or queries with your MP and panellists.

North West dates:

  • Workington hosted by Mark Jenkinson MP (8 July @ 11:00)
  • Carlisle hosted by John Stevenson MP (8 July @ 11:00)


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