Partners launch new forum to boost city region exports

Pictured at the inaugural Export Lunch are, l-r, Mike Burton (Anchor Magnets), Frances Crosland (President Engineering Group), Karen Mosley (512  and Sheffield International Freight Terminal) Steve Welburn (Cutting & Wear) and Giles Searby (Hill Dickinson)
Pictured at the inaugural Export Lunch are, l-r, Mike Burton (Anchor Magnets), Frances Crosland (President Engineering Group), Karen Mosley (512 and Sheffield International Freight Terminal) Steve Welburn (Cutting & Wear) and Giles Searby (Hill Dickinson)
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South Yorkshire International Trade Centre has teamed up with the Sheffield office of lawyers Hill Dickinson, international freight management company 512 and Sheffield International Freight Terminal in a bid to boost international trade.

The partners’ inaugural export lunch brought together businesses from different sectors and varying levels of exporting experience, who make anything from 20 to 85 per cent of their sales abroad, and leading local export advisors.

Pictured at the inaugural Export Lunch are, l-r, Anchor Magnets’ Mike Burton, President Engineering Group’s Frances Crosland, 512’s Karen Mosley, Cutting & Wear’s Steve Welburn and Hill Dickinson’s Giles Searby.