Regional Investment & Export Prospects: Eurozone

Cheylesmore House, 5 Quinton Road, Coventry, CV1 2WT

19 March 2015 -

Venue: Cheylesmore House, 5 Quinton Road, Coventry, CV1 2WT
Date: Thursday 19th March 2015
Time: 09:00-12:00 (Prompt close at 10:30, 1:1s and informal networking until 12:00)

Registration:
Admission is complimentary but delegates must register in advance to:
events@westmidlandseconomicforum.co.uk

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Overview
Belgium is a small, affluent and multicultural country. It has an open and highly competitive market with opportunities in most sectors.
Metropolitan France, known as “L’Hexagone” is an ideally situated, diverse and prosperous export market for British companies. It can also be a stepping stone into other eurozone markets.
Germany has a Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of more than EUR 2.7 trillion. This makes it the largest economy in Europe and the fourth strongest economy in the world.
The UK exported over £24 billion to the Netherlands in 2013. The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) value of the Netherlands represents 1.29% of the world economy. GDP was more than EUR608 billion in 2013.

Opportunities for 1:1s with the Experts
Learn more about your company’s potential from the country experts speaking at our joint UK Trade & Investment/West Midlands Chambers of Commerce Prospects event.
You can book a 1:1 meeting (15 minutes) with the any of the panel members, to do so call 07703 735 408 or email events@westmidlandseconomicforum.co.uk

Agenda
08:30 Registration & Breakfast
08:55 Introduction & Welcome
09:10 Opportunities in Belgium: Nicolas Braham, T & I Commissioner Embassy of Belgium
09:20 Opportunities in Nordic & Baltic Region: Christina Liaos, Director, British Embassy Copenhagen
09:30 Opportunities in the Netherlands: Michiel Van Deursen, Director Netherlands British Chamber
09:40 Opportunities in Germany: Sylvia Turnmore, Head of Trade, British Embassy Berlin
09:50 Opportunities in France: Pamela Mitchison, Deputy Director, British Embassy Paris
10:00 Question & Answer Session
10:15 Coffee Break
10:30 1:1s and informal networking till 13:00

For further details:
If you have any queries, please contact:
T: 07703 735 408
E: mail@westmidlandseconomicforum.co.uk

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Registration

Delegate Registration (Per Person)
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Further Information

Contact Paul Forrest,
West Midlands Economic Forum at
mail@westmidlandseconomicforum.co.uk