International Trade Week
The UK’s first ever International Trade Week is here. The week offers a series of exciting events to help businesses learn more about selling globally and connect with trade industry experts.
Whether your business currently sells goods or services internationally, or is yet to start, whether you are a small business new to exporting to multinational companies looking to expand your horizons, International Trade Week will give you the inspiration, advice and confidence to take the next steps to grow your business.
You can build your own programme of events across the week, with both virtual and in-person opportunities available. From webinars on key global markets (e.g. doing business in Singapore) through to Free Trade Agreement (FTA) workshops, with events will be run by both Government and businesses, there is something for every business.
You can tailor your week's programme to meet your company’s needs. Sign up is simple - follow the links below to register for the events taking place and discover your business’s full exporting potential.
Search via the links below to register for International Trade Week events on a day by day basis. Please note that this page will be continually updated with upcoming events, so please check back often.
Minister for Exports, Mike Freer MP:
“We want to help more businesses across the UK start exporting so they can seize the wins on offer in the world’s fastest growing markets.
“I’m delighted to announce DIT’s first International Trade Week. Exporting is crucial to the government’s plans to level up and build back better, and this week of events is a great opportunity for businesses to get involved, share advice and learn from the experts.”
The most innovative and profitable businesses are those with an international footprint. International Trade Week will help you to see where and how your business can grow in global markets.
For any problems regarding registration, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
To keep up to date on new events and receive reminders for International Trade Week, register here: