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Department for International Trade webinar

The Department for International Trade (DIT) is holding a webinar in December about the support the DIT can provide to businesses.

The webinar, in partnership with Farm491 (based at the Royal Agricultural University in Cirencester), will take place on December 7 at 11am.

It will give an introduction to the support available via the DIT to both experienced and novice exporters.

Particular attention will be given to the service provided by the international trade adviser and the global DIT network, along with information about the current internationalisation match funding scheme, the Export Academy and the UK export finance.

The webinar is presented by Stefano Pucello, who works as an international trade adviser at the DIT.

Book your free place here.  

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