2015 Go Global trade mission heads to China

By Dan Wilson May 14, 2015 - 6:42 pm

The 2015 Go Global trade mission is heading to China this year and the organisers Enterprise Nation are looking for recruits to head East and explore the opportunities that exist.

The mission is being supported by PayPal, HP and HSBC and will see visits to meet China’s leading entrepreneurs and key contacts who can support your success in the world’s largest market.

The organisers say: “The Mission will take place in September and we will contact all applicants in June with full details. If selected, you can then choose if you’d like to go ahead and come on board! As per 2014, the cost of the Mission is being subsidised by partners so it’s well within the budget of a small business. Exact cost to be confirmed shortly. We hope you can join us, bound for Shanghai!”

You can find out more on this page.

Emma Jones, who is leading the mission, said: “Exploring the Chinese market is an unprecedented opportunity – and yet the majority of home-grown businesses shy away from international trade because of perceived language, cultural and business barriers. The reality is that the booming Chinese market would welcome British firms with open arms through the right approaches, contacts and introductions.”

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