East of England exports to the United States are almost 10 per cent ahead year-on-year, UKTI reports.
C4 Carbides, a Cambridge manufacturer of power tool accessories and industrial band saw blades, looks set to deliver a ten-fold increase in exports to Brazil, thanks to UKTI support.
A strengthening American economy makes it fertile ground for ambitious businesses based in the Cambridge technology cluster and Eastern region of the UK, the US Ambassador to Britain Matthew W. Barzun has told Business Weekly in an exclusive interview.
Cambridge-based Zinwave, a global provider of distributed antenna systems for in-building cellular coverage, is expanding its commercial presence in the US in response to growing demand for anywhere access to 4G LTE services via Smartphones.
Cambridge UK wireless technology business CRFS, which supplies wideband RF spectrum monitoring and surveillance systems, has opened operations on America’s East Coast to supplement its California presence.
Digital radio technology from Cambridge UK business Sepura has earned a significant new accreditation in Brazil.
At least 11 US States have signed up for the Transatlantic Business Forum in Cambridge UK in June where export issues impacting on industrial and technology companies will be explored by Anglo-American experts.
Opportunities for fresh transatlantic trade initiatives between Cambridge UK and US technology and business organisations are being backed at embassy level.
Cambridge UK IPTV specialist Amino has plugged in to lucrative new business in the Caribbean.
Cambridge Connection, which is promoting the UK technology cluster to new global partners, has opened up Chile for the respective business communities.
The Business Performance Group has secured significant US wins six months ahead of schedule, thanks to UKTI matched funding and support. Based in Saffron Walden, Essex, The BP Group is a management consultancy firm that helps companies to win new business and achieve profitable growth.
US based electronics design specialist Mentor Graphics Corporation has hired a top gun from Cambridge UK for a software shootout with computer bugs.
Rob McNeill is Vice Consul for Trade & Investment at the British Consulate-General in Chicago. He is responsible for the British Government’s trade and investment interests in IT, Communications, and Creative & Media sectors in the Midwest. He gives his thoughts on how East of England technology companies can approach the US ahead of UKTI East’s event on Building Success in the US.
Harrison Shapira, Vice Consul for Life Sciences with UKTI in Los Angeles outlines some key market changes in the US Life Sciences sector ahead of the UKTI East event in Cambridge on ‘Building Success in the US.’
In recent years much of the focus for UK exporters has been the fast growing economies in the Far East and developing world, and though these new markets continue to attract the headlines it is the United States that remains the East of England’s biggest export customer.
Rick McKenna, President of Marketing agency WCM Partners in Boston MA talks to Business Weekly about the challenges of marketing in the US ahead of speaking at the UKTI event ‘Building success in the US’ in Cambridge on March 6, 2014.
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