Going Global Live: Theatre 13

Theatre 13

Wednesday 27th November

Thursday 28th November


11.00 - 11.30

Paul Uglow

Export Master Class Logistics

Introduction to understanding exporting cargo, Incoterms, transport & Customs


11.45 - 12.15



The seminar will be an interactive session looking at how to draft, amend and influence policy and laws in the European Union. The focus will be on the practical dos and don''ts to follow in order to have an impact and shape policy. This will be relevant for all business sectors and will provide real life examples. Attendees are welcome to with their own cases that can be treated during a "Policy and Communications clinic" that will be held after the presentation.


13.15 - 13.45

Richard Perriman

From Creation to Customer

The benefits of using a single source provider to manage your inventory from point of overseas manufacture through to "final mile delivery", including vendor liaison, international freight, customs brokerage, inventory management, pick/pack and despatch.


14.00 - 14.30

Gareth Kobrin

Managing VAT, compliance and cashflow for cross-border global business activity

Since the inception of the VAT IT group 20 years ago, the way businesses operate has changed significantly, including how and the scope of international business activity. With continued global economic changes impacting how businesses manage VAT matters, including on-going compliance and ensuring maximised resource output and cashflow; Gareth will discuss the most topical VAT amendments, the economic impact on trading, inclusive of Brexit and the technological impact.


14.45 - 15.15

Katharina Strenge

Future Hamburg – Your Gateway to Europe

The Hanseatic city is one of the most dynamic cities in the European Union impressing worldwide with an excellent international business environment. It attracts companies, institutions and professionals from all over the world to start their visions of the future. In this seminar, we will show the different aspects of the Hamburg business surroundings and market opportunities for companies to be successful in the metropolitan region of one of the most anglophile cities in mainland Europe.


15.30 - 16.00

Joseph A. Hickey

“Attractions of Ireland as a location for business”

Post Brexit, Ireland will be an ideal location for U.K. and foreign businesses seeking to maintain or establish a presence within the European Union. Joseph will describe Ireland’s politically stable, pro-business landscape and it’s young, highly educated population who are committed members of the EU and the EU Single Market. He will also talk about Ireland’s very transparent and attractive tax regime which is available to all companies large or small.


16.15 - 16.45

Anton Shashura

Belarus: small seeds – big trees!

Belarus is a country of unique opportunities and new possibilities. We invite you to join us at the seminar to find out the new ways of cooperation with the country located in the very heart of Europe.