Trade Forums

 

techUK has recently launched three country specific bilateral trade forums. Hosted by techUK, these forums bring together representatives from business, government and other stakeholders for collaboration in the technology sector across these important markets.

The forums bring members together to discuss issues and events that may impact their growth in the UK and India, Japan, and China respectively. They provides an avenue for collective concerns to be aired and discussed with the government as well as for participants to explore emerging opportunities for growth and expanding their business networks.

Format

The forums meet physically approximately three times a year at techUK’s offices in addition to providing communications and updates regularly via email on relevant issues as they arise.

The forums are driven by its members and the format will evolve to reflect this member-led approach. It endeavours to provide the appropriate platform for members to achieve ongoing and sustainable growth across between the UK and these important markets.

Further information on each of these forums can found at the following links:

UK-India Tech Forum

UK-China Tech Forum

UK-Japan Tech Forum


For more information please contact: 

  • Simon Spier

    Simon Spier

    Head of International Trade
    T 020 7331 2008

 

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