Lord Dunlop to discuss benefits of exporting and share views on trading post Brexit
Edinburgh, Scotland (PRWEB UK) 26 September 2016
BIOS (Business In and Out of Scotland) are very excited to add Andrew Dunlop to the group of VIP keynote speakers at the full day conference. During his speech to the delegates, Andrew Dunlop will discuss the UK Government’s work to maintain strong business relations. He will discuss exporting through a range of initiatives, such as utilising the UK Government’s extensive global network. He will also discuss opportunities available through the Government’s campaigns such as Exporting is GREAT.
BIOS will help raise important questions and generate relevant answers on what is happening in trade right now. Have the chance to hear Andrew Dunlop share his experience of engaging with a wide range of stakeholders across Scotland following the UK’s vote to leave the European Union.
Also find out about his collaboration with Scottish Government Ministers and local authorities on the UK City Deal programme and his focus on ensuring the UK Government is accessible to the business community across Scotland.
Andrew Dunlop brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to this prestigious event; his professional experience covers both the political and the business world and his career spans more than 30 years.
The BIOS conference is a significant opportunity for businesses in Edinburgh and Scotland to build on importing and exporting trade and continue business growth and development.
Attend next month’s BIOS conference to gain exciting professional opportunities. Network and learn more about the country’s import and export markets as Andrew Dunlop and other experts to deliver speeches, Q&A sessions, debates and seminars.
BIOS will take place at Dynamic Earth in Edinburgh on 27th October 2016.
Limited spaces available - to secure your place get tickets now at
scotlandimportexport.com and register details online to join hundreds of
companies in the BIOS network.
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