Book your place now – Each one-to-one clinic provides a one-hour consultation with an international trade specialist to examine your exposure and opportunities as a business during the UK’s departure from the EU.
Key words and trade terms in a handy-to-use booklet to help companies understand acronyms used in trade and commerce, especially with the emphasis on ‘internationalisation’ of UK post-Brexit
Following a successful submission by International PR specialist Kevin Kelway of Devon-based PR agency, Dorcas Media, International Trade Matters joins four impressive South West-based businesses on the short list for honours.
Now is the time to look at your PR, media, and marketing strategies and prepare for the opportunities that are occurring.
When promoting your brands on the international stage, it’s important not to get stuck in the global parallel universe of PR and marketing dimensions. Kevin Kelway, International Public Relations Specialist explains… The reality is far easier if you work with international specialists that will work with you on a day-to-day, …
Applications close on 31st July Building on the success of the first technology visit to South Korea which focussed on advanced materials for mobility, Innovate UK’s Global Business Innovation Programme, delivered by the Enterprise Europe Network, will return to this highly attractive market.Successful applicants will have the opportunity to visit …
ITM supports businesses to develop trading opportunities, analysing new markets, organising trade missions like the one we are planning to Gibraltar, and making introductions.
International Trade Matters Ltd has been shortlisted as a finalist in the Exporter of the Year category at this year’s Plymouth Business Awards The annual awards represent some of Plymouth’s largest businesses, and some of its smallest, across 17 categories. Each category has a list of nominees, representing everything from …
Vote for Linda! Linda Middleton-Jones, Managing Director at International Trade Matters Ltd has been nominated in the Women Trailblazers category
The government has announced £2 million in new grant funding towards training that helps UK businesses to complete customs declarations