Discover How Cyber & Tech Businesses are Making Exporting More Profitable: 17 February 2022

17 February 2022

This workshop is a Peer to Peer session alongside DIT, aiming to make exporting your cyber & digital services or products more profitable.

About this event

This virtual workshop is a peer to peer session alongside the Department for International Trade . This workshop brings together senior people from cyber, export and academia to improve the exporting capabilities of cyber and tech companies.

Delegates will be able to interact with peers from the technology sector and export professionals. This workshop will be centred around the range of ways that cyber and digital companies can export their services and products.

A strong focus will be on strategies and tools that can enable you to exporting without visiting the country. This will include leveraging virtual trade fairs and platforms, e-commerce and using digital communications tools to build a business and connect with agents, distributors and customers.

Your facilitators and specialists:

  • Paul Tompkins, DIT Specialist Adviser – Tech & Digital Sector, Midlands Engine
  • Michelle Ohren: Detective Inspector, Head of Cyber and Innovation, Cyber Resilience Centre for the West Midlands
  • Hugo Russell: Project Manager, Cyber Quarter, Midlands Centre for Cyber & Security

Paul will also be introducing the support, advice and introductions available from the Department for International Trade to help exporters succeed.

Register to attend this workshop to get the latest export guidance & tips

This is a workshop aimed at digital & cyber businesses in the Marches LEP and is being facilitated by University of Wolverhampton as part of it business support services.

Thu, 17 February 2022; 10:00 – 12:00am