Grow your business in China, Japan and Korea. These thriving tech hubs are vital locations for any firm with global growth ambitions.
Attend – a dedicated 2-hour face-to-face session with advice and guidance from Intralink, in-country experts on market entry and expansion.
Hear from – UK government agencies, trade bodies and commercial partners for 1-2-1 guidance on compliance and investment, payments and logistics, talent and travel.
Intralink’s specialist in-country advisers & mentors include:
Other specialist advisors and mentors are from:
Workshops run in two-hour slots throughout the day and are organised so that you have a series of one-to-one consultations with select experts relevant to your business needs and international expansion plans. There is also opportunity for peer to peer networking with lunchtime food and refreshments.
Who should attend:
CEOs, founders and senior managers of digital and tech scale-ups looking to expand internationally in the next 3 to 6 months and with turnover in the range £2m to £50m.
Places are limited so early registration is advised. Please note also, attendance is subject to the approval of the organisers who will contact you after you have registered.
What to expect from the GTM Workshop Programme:
This workshop is part of the GTM programme which supports mid-market tech/digital companies on their international expansion journeys. By participating in the programme you can expect a mix of the following:
About GTM Global:
Connects UK scale-up brands in digital and tech to a designated panel of experts from government, trade bodies and commercial partners to provide on-going advice and guidance for them to go market and expand internationally.
Westminster Business Council is London's premier business connections team. We offer valuable insights into business opportunities, provide companies with the connections they are looking for, and foster great business relationships. WBC has developed strong and extensive networks, being in touch regularly with around 12,000 enterprises. Our service delivery includes regular bespoke events which allow businesses to network with distinguished business guests, meet buyers, and be introduced to partner organisations that can provide information and services which support business growth. Our ethos is that with strong businesses come strong communities. We use our network to help ensure that as businesses grow, they recruit local employees, provide opportunities for students in local education, source local suppliers, support start-ups, local businesses and charities thus contributing to the local economy and community. A partnership with WBC in an investment not only in your business but the local community too.
About Central Working
The event is organised in collaboration with Central Working, the UK’s premier homegrown shared workspace provider, transforming the way people work and companies grow.