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Environment and water clinics

Start Date:21 Jun 10 

If you are considering exporting your goods and services around the globe, you could benefit from a free 30 minute one-to-one meeting with our visiting environmental market experts from Bulgaria, Australia, China, India, Brazil, Portugal, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Romania, Turkey and USA. This is a unique opportunity to speak face-to-face with experts from some of the most important market for the environmental and water industry at present.

At least a tenth of the UK environmental industry’s £25bn annual turnover is through exports. That represents a significant share of the world market in environmental goods and services, which was valued at US $515bn in 2002 and is expected to grow to US $688bn by the end of 2010.

Benefits of attending a one-to-one meeting include:
- Speaking to an expert with an in depth knowledge of the environment and water sectors within your chosen market
- An overview of business opportunities
- Useful cultural tips
- Information about planned activities in these countries and reasons why they have been selected as priority markets for UK exporters

If you are interested in exporting to any of these countries, you can learn more about the market and future activities. For further information, please enquire below.


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