embedded World 2017
Tradefair on behalf of techUK is pleased to confirm that Department for International Trade (DIT) grants are available for eligible UK registered companies to exhibit at embedded world 2017. The grant level is £1,500. Read more...
Four Years From Now (4YFN) - 27 February
4YFN is an international programme, presented by Mobile World Capital Barcelona and GSMA, that brings together best mobile start-ups and entrepreneurs with investors, accelerators, incubators and big corporations from digital and non-digital worlds. DIT grants of up to £1,500 are available to eligible UK companies through techUK when they participate on the UK pavilion. MORE
techUK and the Department for International Trade (DIT) are working together to increase the number of technology companies who are exporting.
We are keen to hear from and talk to you if you are beginning to think about exporting but don't know where to start. Read more...
techUK's trade and export programme ties closely into programmes from the Department for International Trade (DIT) and the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (DIT). The programme helps techUK members grow through trade and export.
Contacts and information to help make the export journey easier for tech companies.
Information about investing in the UK. Why you should invest? How you can invest.
Provides information and links to trade and export partners.
See upcoming trade and export events here.
Read the latest insights for trade, export and investment.
Gain access to information, build partner networks and win business.
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