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Are you looking to grow your exports to the defence market?

4th February 2021 - 10:00-11:00 GMT

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About the event

The defence and security sector is an expansive industry spanning sea, air, land and cyber security. As well as supporting domestic security, the UK remains the second largest global defence exporter after the United States.

Join this hour long webinar to hear about the support you can receive when exporting to the defence and security sector.

What to expect?

  • The UK Defence and Security Exports (DSE) Network: You'll hear from two experts from the DSE who will give an overview of how the network can support your business 
  • The opportunities open to new companies looking to defence: Learn more about the opportunities avaliable and where the hotspots are
  • How to find the best route to market: Consider what sort of representation you may have when exporting - agent or local company?
  • Common challenges: We will explore the challenges businesses may face when selling into the military and the best ways to overcome them

We'll also have local cyber security specialist Borwell Ltd joining us to talk about their experiences when exporting. In addition to this you'll also have the chance to engage with our speakers in a question and answer session and learn about the next event in the series from Mihaela Stefanescu, Deputy Director, Romania, that will focus on Defence & Security opportunities in Central Europe.

Register your interest

To register please follow the link below and complete the simple form. This event will take place via MS Teams and an invitation to join will be sent out in due course.

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