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24jan9:00 am2:30 pmDoing Business in India - Sponsored by Progrex IT Solutions, Forbes Solicitors, Cardboard Box Company, Moneycorp and Emirates9:00 am - 2:30 pm East Lancashire Chamber of Commerce, Red Rose Court, Clayton Business Park, Accrington, Lancashire, BB5 5JREvent Type:International Trade
Why your business needs to trade with India: Largest democracy on earth: one of the worlds' fastest growing economies: rapidly expanding middle class: priority trading market for the UK Government Ben
Why your business needs to trade with India: Largest democracy on earth: one of the worlds’ fastest growing economies: rapidly expanding middle class: priority trading market for the UK Government
Ben Ritherdon, Managing Director, Ritherdon & Co who attended our recent Middle East Expo said: –
“These are fantastic events, the combined experience and level of detail shared by the speakers help me prioritise which markets our business needs to enter.”
International line up of speakers
- Key markets and sectors: Mr. S. M. Chakraborty, Consul (Commerce) & Head of Chancery, Consulate of India
- Indian economy: Pratik Dattani, Managing Director, EPG Economic and Strategy Consulting
- Setting up a business in India: V Lakshmi Kumaran, Founder & Managing Partner, Lakshmikumaran & Sridharan Attorneys
- Etiquette and culture: Ray Subhayu,Senior Business Development Manager, UK India Business Council
- Buying & selling in India: Pratik Dattani, Managing Director, EPG Economic and Strategy Consulting
- Overcoming regulatory and supply chain hurdles: Nikhil Singhal, Principle Associate, Lakshmikumaran & Sridharan Attorneys
- Getting your goods to market: Simon Booth, Supply Chain Sales Manager, DSV Air & Sea Ltd
- Minimising foreign exchange charges; John Sawyer, Financial Advisor, Morneycorp
- Financing your export order: Paul Wright, Senior UK Marketing Manager, London Forfaiting Company
- All you need to know about the Customs Declaration Service: John Griffiths, International Trade Development Liaison Officer, HMRC
- India and Intellectual Property: Jane Hedin, Senior Policy Advisor for India, Intellectual Property Office
Connect your business with key market experts in the exhibition rooms
Networking buffet lunch plus much more!
This event is sponsored by Forbes Solicitors, Progrex IT Solutions, Cardboard Box Company, Moneycorp and Emirates
Never again will there be such an opportunity to meet with all the organisations who can help you trade with tenacity in this country. If you are serious about doing businesses in India, you need to attend
This is a popular event so please register your interest as soon as possible. If you have been successful you will receive a confirmation email prior to the event. Please contact Stephanie Warrington email@example.com or call 01254 356473
(Thursday) 9:00 am - 2:30 pm
East Lancashire Chamber of Commerce
Red Rose Court, Clayton Business Park, Accrington, Lancashire, BB5 5JR
Rush Hour Networking is an informal, relaxed meeting of like-minded business people. We meet in inspirational settings and provide the perfect atmosphere to develop and grow new business partnerships. There
Rush Hour Networking is an informal, relaxed meeting of like-minded business people. We meet in inspirational settings and provide the perfect atmosphere to develop and grow new business partnerships. There is no charge to attend this event.
The worst thing an employer can do is bury its head in the sand when it comes to dealing with Right to Work checks. Home Office regulations apply to EVERYONE
The worst thing an employer can do is bury its head in the sand when it comes to dealing with Right to Work checks. Home Office regulations apply to EVERYONE – even local people who have lived in the UK all their lives.
Employers have faced civil penalties for failing to conduct these checks; the maximum civil penalty for each individual who does not have the right to work in the UK is a very sobering £20,000. It is therefore crucial that employers and HR staff are equipped with the knowledge, skills and support required to ensure their organisation remains compliant.
Jacqueline Woodland is an Immigration Consultant with over 18 years’ experience in direct corporate/business immigration. She has recently moved her company from London to Burnley and is now providing support to local businesses.
Join us for this interactive breakfast workshop on 31 January 2019 from 08:00 – 10:00 to find out how you can ensure your company is fully compliant – and the steps you can take to ensure future compliancy.
This free event will be of particular interest to business owners, HR managers, recruitment managers, recruitment agencies, hospitality/restaurants, employers of overseas workers, nominated company authorising officers.
(Thursday) 8:00 am - 10:00 am
Accrington and Rossendale College
Broad Oak Campus, Broad Oak Road
Meet the Council
East Lancs Chamber of Commerce
Andy Mclaughlin (President)
Astute Wealth Management
John Barker (Vice President)
Pierce Business Advisory & Accountancy Group
PM+M Chartered Accountants
Granby Marketing Services
PDS CNC Engineering
Nelson & Colne College