Routes to Market - How to Navigate in the Post-EU Landscape for Oxfordshire Businesses

About This Event

 

Do you need help adapting your route to market and pricing strategy in the post-EU landscape?


Calling all businesses in the Oxfordshire LEP region. The UK left the EU Single Market and Customs Union on 1st January 2021. These recent changes have highlighted the crucial need for businesses to monitor and adapt their export strategy regularly - is your business ready?

The Oxfordshire Local Enterprise Partnership (OxLEP) is here to help your business adjust to the new landscape, minimise disruption and take advantage of new opportunities as a result of the UK leaving the EU.

Supported by The Department for International Trade, this free virtual event* is designed to help you review your supply chain, the various routes to market, and the impact of changes in customs, shipping documentation and tax systems on your pricing strategy.

 

WHY SHOULD YOU JOIN THIS VIRTUAL EVENT?*

 

If your Oxfordshire-based business requires expert insight on how best to manage your export strategy in the post-EU landscape, this virtual event is for you. You will learn:

  • How the correct route to market can positively impact sales
  • How the right partner can reduce workload and increase profitability
  • The different route to market options
  • Considerations when selecting a route to market partner
  • The costs you need to cover when setting your prices
  • The importance of understanding your market when establishing supply chains and prices
  • Sources of advice and information to help you

 

FEATURED SPEAKER


John Harrison
Director - JH Market Strategy Ltd

  • Extensive international trade experience, having worked in export throughout his career.
  • John has travelled all over the world on business, lived and worked in North America, and has led groups of UK businesses on market visits throughout Europe, China, Southeast Asia, the Indian sub-continent and Africa.
  • As a consultant and trainer, John assists SME businesses from various sectors to develop effective export strategies and to win business in markets across the globe.
  • Works closely with The Department for International Trade, facilitating conferences and seminars and delivering export strategy workshops on a range of international trade-related topics.

 

WHO IS THIS EVENT FOR?

 

If you are an Oxfordshire based small and medium-sized enterprise (SME), looking at how to navigate routes to market and pricing implications in the post-EU landscape, this virtual event is for you. 

 

WHAT'S NEXT?

 

To secure your place for this free virtual event, simply click the Express Interest Here button on the top of this page.

Please note: Places are limited and in high demand - we highly recommend expressing your interest quickly, unfortunately we cannot guarantee a spot will still be available.

 

CONTACT US

 

Have a question about the webinar? We would be happy to help.
Please e
mail our team at businessevents@newable.co.uk 

 

   Short, concise and accurate information was presented to us, that was easy to follow."

-  Webinar Attendee | What Oxfordshire SMEs need to know about the EU exit, February 2021

 

 

POST-EU TRANSITION SERVICE: 


OxLEP Business are offering businesses in Oxfordshire a tailored support service from experienced business advisers. 
They can help find answers to your specific post-EU transition questions, as well as reviewing the impact these changes may have on your business and helping you develop an action plan. 

If you would like to speak to an adviser, please call: 020 8142 9369 or send an email to: EUTransition@newable.co.uk with details of your business (turnover, number of employees, business sector) and nature of your enquiry.

Click here to learn more.


*The information presented during this virtual event is for your general information and is current at the time of publication. It is not intended to be relied upon by users in making (or refraining from making) any business or investment decisions. It is strongly suggested that you should seek appropriate independent advice beforehand.

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