One to ones with UK Government

Exhibitors at Seawork 2019 will have the opportunity to apply for one to one sessions with representatives from the Department for International Trade.

The Department has been a long-term supporter of the exhibition and offers valuable information on support for trade and business overseas.

At the 2019 exhibition the Department’s Export Control Joint Unit and UK Export Finance Department will be on hand to discuss a range of issues with exhibitors.

The Export Control Joint Unit (ECJU) administers the UK’s system of export controls and licensing for military and dual-use items. ECJU brings together operational and policy expertise from the Department for International Trade (DIT), Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) and the Ministry of Defence (MOD).

The UK Export Finance Department helps exporters win contracts, fulfil contracts and, importantly get paid.

Applications for one to one sessions can be made via the on-line Seawork Exhibitor manual which goes live in the New Year.

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