The opportunities to launch and expand IoT business in the Middle East are exponential; as demonstrated by the Dubai 2020 Expo, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia's Smart City plans for Neom, and Bahrain's Financial Services Hub.
Learn how your IoT platform can access and grow in the Middle East!
Get FREE 1-2-1 access to raft of ME market entry and growth specialists and capitalise on this amazing opportunity in London on 29th May.
What you can expect:
Please note, attendance is subject to the approval of the organisers who will contact you after you have registered.
The main focus is a series of 1-2-1 consultations with the experts in the room who will give you personalised advice and guidance around your specific challenges and circumstances.
Please note, the format of this workshop is designed to give both broad advice around international expansion and market entry, plus very specific, tailored advice and guidance to address your individual needs and circumstances.
To facilitate this, the organisers will contact you in advance of the workshop to find out about your specific needs and challenges so that we can organise the 1-2-1 mentoring sessions with the appropriate experts on the day.
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.
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.
Working closely with the Department for International Trade and Dubai Government, the BCB provides a unique market-entry incubator platform in Dubai and Abu Dhabi to help UK companies become established in the UAE. The BCB also provides trade support to British exporters and firms looking to expand into the Middle East through a spectrum of commercial advice, orientation and intelligence services.
The Bahrain Economic Development Board (EDB) is an investment promotion agency with overall responsibility for attracting investment into the Kingdom and supporting initiatives that enhance the investment climate.
The EDB works with the government and both current and prospective investors, in order to ensure that Bahrain’s investment climate is attractive, and provide investors with tailored solutions to help expand their operations to the Middle East, in an economy that offers talented national workforce, low operational costs, and progressive regulations that support innovation.
For more information on the Bahrain EDB visit www.bahrainedb.com
The Chamber has a unique function in the promotion of bilateral trade and investment between Britain and the Arab countries. To achieve this we work in close co-operation with government ministries, official trade and investment bodies, Arab diplomatic missions in London, the British Chambers of Commerce, the League of Arab States, leading Arab businesses and Chambers of Commerce in the Arab world.
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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: