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As UK businesses continue to manufacture, innovate and engineer significant products and services, the Department for International Trade is hosting the UK’s first International Trade Week; curated to inspire and encourage trading globally.
Aceleron | Made in the UK, Sold to the World
International Trade Week (15th - 19th November) is inviting businesses of all sizes and sectors from around the UK, who are interested in exporting, to participate. This initiative is centred around educating businesses, providing opportunities to talk to trade experts and attend workshops and showcase events. This week is designed to give businesses the confidence to either begin, or progress their exporting efforts.
‘’There has never been a more important time to talk trade, for businesses to embrace it and for all to realise the prizes exporting brings - increased revenue, jobs, innovation and productivity. The International Trade Week must be a launchpad to get our nation exporting.’ - Andy Burwell, Confederation of British Industry (CBI) International Director
Running alongside the event is the ‘Made in the UK, Sold to the World’ campaign, in which Aceleron’s co-founders, CEO Dr Amrit Chandan and CTO Carlton Cummins, are featured across print, digital and billboard ads nationwide. This campaign targets UK businesses with a product or service suitable for exporting and aims to highlight the incredible benefits of doing so.
Aceleron are thrilled to be a part of this campaign, and value the importance of providing product and services worldwide.
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