Cambridge wireless business Zinwave has contributed key technology to a duo of major international airport projects in the Middle East.
Rapidly emerging Norfolk specialist company Inspection Verification Bureau Ltd (IVB) has won a major new contract in Oman.
A Bedfordshire based company is lending its expertise to boost business opportunities for East of England firms at a UKTI workshop event taking place during May’s Export Week – High Growth Markets.
Cambridge UK defence technology innovator Marshall Land Systems has shared in a £2.5 million contract boom from the Middle East.
The Prime Minister has championed an Essex-based business as an example of a company thriving in fast-growing markets abroad.
Ethiopia is open for business and keen to develop relationships with British companies its Ambassador to the UK said on a visit to Cambridge, writes Judith Gaskell.
Cambridge UK digital radio technology specialist Sepura has won a contract to provide TETRA mobile radios to the South African Police Service (SAPS) throughout the Gauteng province, including Johannesburg.
Cambridgeshire based fine food company Cheese+ is expanding its operations and exporting products to new customers in Australia.
A major gas market contract in Africa has topped off a year of international success for Cambridge UK risk management technology company, Brady plc.
Great Yarmouth-based Survival Systems International UK (SSI) is to open its first service company in Australia – a great boost for the company’s international business and a dream come true for one-time apprentice Sam Dye.
Specialist vehicle design and builder A Smith Gt Bentley (ASGB) is focused on future growth after receiving a funding boost from RBS that is helping the firm embark on an expansion strategy into South Africa.
An Ipswich company with a long track record of success in selling its innovative acoustic and thermal insulation products has doubled its export sales after working closely with UK Trade & Investment (UKTI).
Managing distribution networks across the world can be a daunting prospect, but UltraVision has managed to bring its export management firmly into focus.
A new facility is being opened at the Port of Felixstowe to cash in on record demand from New Zealand and other markets for UK second hand cars.
A decade after first setting up business in Qatar, Cambridge UK design and engineering consultancy Atkins has opened the doors to a new office building in the capital Doha to support ongoing growth.
Atkins, the Cambridge UK engineering consultancy, has won a five-year contract worth more than £65m in Qatar.
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