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Gloucestershire businesses offered free workshop on how to avoid the pitfalls of exporting

A free workshop that will guide Gloucestershire businesses on the potential pitfalls of exporting is taking place at the Tewkesbury Growth Hub next month.

The workshop will see export advice specialists Genuine Translations join forces with Andrea Collins from The Export Department and Janina Neumann Design for the free event.

It will take place at the Tewkesbury Growth Hub in the District Council offices on Wednesday, November 13 from 11am to 2pm.

"There isn't a better time than now to maximise global business opportunities, and we have made it our mission at Genuine Translations to help the amazing local businesses achieving this", said Eva Túnez Salvador, Director of Genuine Translations.

"Research shows that culture and language are one of the top worries among new exporters; we are here to change that fact", said Eva.

Genuine Translations has recently celebrated their fifth anniversary and this year has been a key one for the company.

They have launched new service packages for businesses trading overseas and taking care of their marketing, technical and legal translation requirements.

For more information about the workshop and to register, log on to https://www.thegrowthhub.biz/workshops/workshops/1359. 

Genuine Translations and Janina Neumann design will also be running a free one-to-two-hour webinar entitled 'How to be culturally aware for international success' on December 3.

The webinar will start between 9-9.30am and registration can be taken at: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/how-to-be-culturally-aware-for-international-success-tickets-75612088793. 

For more information about Genuine Translations visit www.genuinetranslations.co.uk  or contact Eva at eva@genuinetranslations.co.uk. 

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