Rosie Cooper MP is giving notice to West Lancashire businesses of the second in a series of events she is hosting that aims to show firms how to take advantage of export opportunities and to tap into demand for British products from overseas.
Rosie is a founding member of the Parliamentary Export Programme where selected cross-party MPs organise and chair virtual meetings with experts from business and government to support local businesses in their exporting journey.
After a well-attended first event in March of this year, the second meeting will be on Monday 5 July. The sessions will provide West Lancashire businesses an opportunity to hear speakers from the Department for International Trade, an experienced local exporter, and a bank, all detailing the support available for businesses to expand their business overseas.
Rosie Cooper MP said:
“I’m delighted to be hosting events that will give businesses in my constituency access to information, advice and finance to sell internationally.
“The events I’m organising are free, and all that a business in my constituency has to do is register on the link below. You do not have to have attended the first meeting to participate. Experts and experienced exporters will be online to provide free advice including on government supported working capital and the practicalities of post-Brexit trade.”