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Going Global - get your business ready for international trade

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Westminster Reference Library

35 St. Martin's Street

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Present by Nghia Tran, International Business Advisor from the Department for International Trade


Even the smallest company can envisage representation in another country. If you have been or are planning to export your goods/ services, come along to find out what the Government can help.


Topics include:

  • Market Identification

  • Routes to Markets

  • Access to Finance

  • Export Opportunities


About Nghia Tran : is an International Business Adviser for DIT, London Region. As an adviser Nghia provides FREE one-to-one help and advice to companies to promote British trade across the world. She helps companies at different stages of their export journeys: market identification, routes to markets, access to funds, access to finance, export opportunities, export related masterclasses and trainings, etc. Previously, Nghia was a business development professional with more than 12 years of experience in heavy goods industries. Her expertise and market knowledge extends across South East Asia, with a proven track record in new business development and market entry for some of the world largest companies, such as Tyco Fire & Security Corporation and Royal Boskalis N.V.

Department of International Trade (DIT) - formally known as UKTI - are a Ministerial Department responsible for promoting British trade across the world. We are represented in over 107 markets overseas.



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