CESA helps suppliers unlock export growth


Opportunities for catering equipment suppliers to benefit from developing a meaningful export business will be discussed at a special one-day conference being organised by CESA.

The CESA Exporters Conference, which takes place on September 19th, will see a number of experts on the topic share their insight into how companies can successfully sell their equipment abroad.

The day will commence with a short speech from Export Group Chairman and Falcon MD Tim Tindle before he hands over to the speakers to impart their wisdom.

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Ian Ascough, head of team, bilateral and regional trade negotiations for the joint BiS/DFDI trade policy unit, will discuss free trade agreements around the world, while KV International’s John Vernon will outline development opportunities in the South East Asian region.

With 600 million people in that area of the world, countries such as Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam promise plenty of growth potential for those with the right business model and go-to-market strategy.

Attendees will also get to learn about key trade fairs of interest to those with overseas sales ambitions, as well as the latest developments in export finance and SME initiatives.

The event, which takes place at the Novotel Waterloo between 10am to 3.30pm will conclude with an open discussion on export matters between delegates and speakers.

The cost to attend the event is £125 for CESA members and £175 for non-members, excluding VAT.

Booking forms are available to download here.

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