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Connect your business with opportunities across Northern Europe

The Department for Business and Trade (DBT) in Midlands is bringing together Commercial Officers from Denmark, Estonia, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania and Sweden to have 1:1 meetings with local businesses.

These in-market experts will be showcasing export opportunities both for products and service providers, as well as offering insight and guidance into their markets. 

The roadshow is part of the Growing Green Together campaign from the UK's Department for Business and Trade in the Nordic and Baltic region. The campaign focuses on:

  • Energy, including offshore wind, renewables, solar, battery storage
  • Green construction
  • Future mobility
  • Sustainable consumption
  • Future cities
  • Food & Drink – organic and / or sustainable products
  • UN Procurement – how to get involved in major global projects

This roadshow focuses on supporting export ready High Export Potential (HEP) businesses in sectors that fit the Nordic-Baltic region’s Growing Green Together campaign.
HEP businesses are defined as:

  •  Having a turnover of £500,000 or more per annum
  • Having a product or service suitable for export

Why take part?

This is a great opportunity for your business to showcase your product or service to experienced experts.

In these meetings you will discover the viability and appetite within the market and start to understand what the next steps are for your business.

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7 November 2023 - Nottingham
09:30 - 13:10 UK time

8 November 2023 - Coventry
09:30 - 13:10 UK time

Please note that this is a registration of interest, if your registration is approved, we will be in contact to provide more details on the meeting booking process. Only one representative from each company is eligible to register.

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Growing Green Together is a regional campaign from the UK's Department for International Trade in Europe spanning the Northern Europe & the Baltic region.

Growing Green Together website

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