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Doing Business in Australia 1-2-1 meetings

Thursday, 20 June 2019 09:30 to 15:00
Leigh Court

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About the event

Do you need advice on your export strategy to Australia?

The Department for International Trade South West are holding 1-2-1 appointments with Australian Solicitor Julian Gyngell on 20 June 2019 at Leigh Court, Bristol.

Julian Gyngell MBL, LLB, Grad Dip IPL – Solicitor, Attorney, Advocate and Mediator has helped many UK companies set up their Australian businesses over the last 15 years. Covering topics such as legal and regulatory, pros and cons of setting up a subsidiary, selling online and registering Australian domain names, Julian can guide you on any specific questions about how your company can enter and scale up in Australia.

Australia is just as much a potential market for your products as anywhere else in the world. With so many similarities to the UK, and over a million Britons making permanent residence in Australia, if your product or service is successful in the UK, there is a good chance of success there. However, there are a lot of things still to be considered before you start maximising opportunities in Australia.

An Export Manager/Trade Adviser from Business West will also be on hand on the day to answer any further questions.

This rare opportunity for appointments with Julian is not one to be missed, so book your free slot today. Appointments are limited so please book early!


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