Posted on 13th July 2016
Encourage your members to join us and UKTI to find out what to do when exporting to other countries.
If your members are thinking about exporting, this joint webinar will give them an overview of what they need to do and how UKTI can help them to get things off to a ‘GREAT’ start.
Share this email with your members as soon as possible and give them the chance to join us before the places are filled.
Tuesday 19 July 13.00 to 14.00 Exporting – an introduction, a joint webinar between HMRC and UKTI
To join – no special equipment is needed, use the link to receive an invitation, connect via the internet or any smart device.
To ask questions – use the on-screen textbox and we’ll send a response.
Other business support can be found at HMRC webinars on GOV.UK and HMRC YouTube playlist.
Use the share button to send this message on to your members. Make sure they don’t miss the opportunity to get the support they need from HMRC and UKTI.
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