Interested parties are welcome to register for the Export International Trade Association’s Export Support Package.
It aims to help micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) start exporting. According to government statistics, there are 5.5 million businesses registered in the UK, 99.9% of which are classified as his MSME. However, less than 10 percent are exported.
The announcement coincides with the United Nations World Small and Medium Enterprise Day. This year’s theme is “Building a Strong Future Together”.
Marco Forgione, Director of the Institute of Export and International Trade, said: “As a leading international trade organization founded on the principle of enabling people and businesses to trade internationally, we have designed an export support package to help UK MSMEs achieve their objectives. » Business potential through export.
“Through this bespoke package of consulting, training and implementation, we provide companies with the knowledge and expertise to trade with confidence and compliance.”
What is included in the Export Support Package?
The package consists of three components.
Export readiness review
After completing a short questionnaire, IOE&IT will highlight the permits and licenses you need and refer you to the appropriate experts. This allows you to identify challenges and suitable training options.
Your responses will be used to create a bespoke training program consisting of the 3 programs most beneficial to your needs based on your assessment.
Guidance from IOE&IT experts can help you solve open problems and identify ways to help optimize your business.
Am I eligible?
Any MSME in the UK can apply.
How do I apply?
Interested parties are welcome to register through the IOE&IT website. https://www.export.org.uk/page/export-support-package. Successful applicants will be notified within 72 hours.
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