EVENT: Department for International Trade – ‘Going Global in a Day’



Would you like to meet 1-2-1 with market experts from some of the UK’s biggest export destinations? Then book now for Going Global in a Day!

The Department for International Trade (DIT) London and South East are bringing together over 65 market experts from 35 countries across Europe, North & Latin America, Asia, Africa and the Middle East, to meet with British businesses for two-days only.

Find out which market specialists and experts you can book 1-2-1 appointments with here.

At Going Global in a Day these experts know their market inside out and can offer you bespoke exporting advice and invaluable insights on what products and services are in demand, help you build relationships and open doors on the ground.

Plus, you can attend a range of market-specific exporting seminars throughout – this is an opportunity not to be missed.

There are two free events open to London and South East* businesses:

South East-based SMEs*

When: Tuesday, 02 March to Wednesday, 03 March 2021

Time: 06:00 – 22:00 GMT (flexible meeting slots are available all-day)

Cost: FREE to attend




When: Tuesday, 23 March to Wednesday, 24 March  2021

Time: 06:00 – 22:00 GMT (flexible meeting slots are available all-day)

Cost: FREE to attend


2019 attendee John Nichols, Director and Founder of Get My Grades Ltd, said “The 1-2-1 meetings at Going Global are really useful because they enable you to get some quality time with individuals that really understand the markets you’re looking to work with.

“It really helps to rule in some markets that we think are going to be relevant for us to work with more in the future, and rule out some markets that you think are not going to be as valuable or useful, or have got too high risks or challenges.”

Places are filling fast, the organisers highly recommend booking quickly as appointments are offered on a first-come, ​​​​​​first-serve basis.

Visit: go.newable.co.uk/goingglobal2021

*This programme is part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF)’s South East Gateway to Trade Project and is aimed at Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises (SMEs) based in the South East of England.

As a result, a range of data points must be collected to assess your company’s eligibility, the full criteria breakdown can be found on the registration pages of each event.


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