Hertfordshire LEP goes to Liverpool

                           
03/06/2014

Hertfordshire Local Enterprise Partnership’s (LEP’s) executive team will be in Liverpool next week, promoting the ‘Perfectly Placed for Business’ County to prospective investors at the International Business Trade Expo, which runs on the 10 and 11 June 2014.

Aimed at businesses of all sizes, the Expo will attract 3,000 business decision makers with an appetite for information, advice and inspiration.
Using case studies from successful organisations to explain what has worked and what hasn’t. The International Trade Expo is designed to:

• Provide a one-stop advice–shop for UK Businesses who trade internationally.

• Showcase UK Cities and Regions looking to attract overseas investment.

• Create a forum for international destinations to present direct foreign investment opportunities.

• Connect UK businesses, which trade internationally, with experts, opportunities, products and services to assist with their commercial growth.

At this event there will be several talks from industry experts and practitioners, including Charles Lartey, Inward Investment Manager from the Hertfordshire LEP and Robin Berry, Partner at WilderCoe giving a joint talk on Inward Investment and Exporting.

Charles Lartey said ‘The International Trade Expo is the perfect opportunity to talk to investors and key decision makers about Hertfordshire, what it has to offer and the benefits of being based in the affluent County.’

The International Trade Expo is part of the International Festival for Business 2014, an ambitious programme of business events running throughout June and July in Liverpool. The 50-day festival runs across 7 weeks in June and July and will attract business delegates and trade intermediaries from around the world, with the aim of creating global business opportunities.

If you are visiting ITE 2014, come and say hello on to the Hertfordshire LEP Team on stand 115.

For more information on the International Business Festival, click here to find out more.