Ahead of UK Trade & Investment’s ExploreExport 2014 event at Newmarket Racecourses on November 11, Business Weekly spoke to Racheal Tukamubona to get her thoughts on how East of England firms can make the most of exploring the possibilities of doing business in Uganda.
Sepura is at the heart of a security upgrade ordered by the US government for Lebanon forces, built on advanced communications technology.
Elmeridge Cable Services (ECS) based in Laindon, Essex, designs, supplies and installs high voltage cable systems for electricity network owners and operators in the UK and overseas.
Mobile payment leader Bango has experienced continued momentum in 2014, confirming its growing influence as the global platform that connects app stores with Direct Operator Billing (DOB).
The Ministry of Interior in Qatar, which is in charge of public safety and security in the country, is utilising digital radio technology from Cambridge UK business Sepura.
Cambridge UK plant software technology specialist AVEVA has scored a major success in Australia with longstanding client and engineering sector world leader Atkins.
Digital radio technology from Sepura in Cambridge UK is gaining significant traction in the Australian mining sector.
When managing director Jeremy Austin acquired agricultural equipment manufacturing firm Nicholas Bray nine years ago, its existing product line included the Electrogate – a simple to install, low-cost electric fence access system, which allows farmers quick and easy entry to fields and improves animal safety.
Challs International is an SME manufacturer of cleaning products that currently supplies all major UK supermarkets from its base near Ipswich. As the company seeks to expand its international presence, it has used UK Trade & Investment’s Overseas Market Introduction Service (OMIS) to provide entry level support on numerous occasions.
Insight Cordless Lighting, based in St Neots, Cambridgeshire is gaining global traction supplying eco-friendly cordless table lighting solutions to luxury hospitality brands worldwide.
A Bedford company that makes log cabins and other wooden garden structures is building a growing export empire. Dunster House, formed 20 years ago by MD Chris Murphy and wife Pam, is now worth £25 million.
Lubna Taimeh, Trade & Investment Adviser from the British Embassy Amman talks about the opportunities for East of England companies in Jordan.
The Medical Room is fast becoming a world leader in the provision of recruitment, training, and project consultancy services within the medical engineering industry.
Clorinda Russotto from the British Consulate General in Casablanca talks about the opportunities in Morocco.
Israel is probably not the first country that you may consider when thinking about a new export strategy – it’s probably not even the fourth – but exporters who ignore the Israeli market are missing a trick.
Bassam Al Tahtamouni, Senior Commercial Attache at the British Embassy in Doha outlines the opportunities available to East of England companies in Qatar.
- Zinwave flying high with Gulf airport deals
- Oman contract success for IVB
- Africa masterclass for UKTI Export Week
- Marshall shares £2.5m Middle East army deal
- UKTI case study – Dura Composites
- ARKeX aids Ethiopia in oil and gas exploration
- Johannesburg policed with Cambridge technology
- Cheese+ expands to serve international markets
- Brady steps on the gas in Nigeria
- Survival Systems International opens in Australia
- ASGB embarks on South African project
- UKTI Export case study: Siderise (Special Products) Ltd
- UKTI Export case study: UltraVision
- ‘Cars for Kiwis’ UK export boom
- Ideas region’s exports soar
- Atkins launches new Qatar base to support Gulf growth
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