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P2EPlant-to-Enterprise (Manufacturing Enterprise Solutions Association International conference)
P2EPassport to Export (awards)
P2EPaper to Electronic (document scanning)
P2EPath to Excellence
P2EPin to Enter (Global-Accés S.L.; Andorra)
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Firms can register for Passport to Export, a pilot initiative being run by Glasgow and Lanarkshire Chambers of Commerce and funded by the Scottish Government.
"Passport to export helps businesses, whatever their size, to explore what potential markets there are of their own unique goods and services.
Starting out in one business unit she has now expanded into a second and is further expanding through adding a mezzanine floor, on the back of reaching into new overseas markets through UKTI help on its Passport to Export and Explore Export schemes.
Benefit from the enhanced business support available through the UKTI Passport to Export programme, and with trainers covering matters including intellectual property, international partnering, market selection and more.
Evil E Technology and and T Switch Growth will bene.t from the UKTI Passport to Export Programme and receive advice from an international trade adviser.
We accessed the expertise of UK Trade & Investment (UKTI) through the Passport to Export scheme.
The firm initially accessed the passport to export programme, which helps to give firms their first taste of global trade.
Huddersfield's ProperMaid is one of four regional businesses to be named as the first-ever winners of awards organised by UK Trade & Investment to promote its popular Passport to Export programme for novice and new exporters.
Switchgear has completed UKTI's Passport to Export programme and received funding to enable it to network in overseas markets.
The company joined UKTI's Passport to Export programme for new exporters in 1998 and in 2009 joined the Gateway to Global Growth programme.
Towne Lifting and Testing worked with UKTI at the World Trade Centre Hull & Humber, on the Passport to Export programme, which supports firms wanting to break into new markets.