28 January 2015 (Wed), 08:00 - 17:00 h
Venue: The Manchester United Football Club, Evolution Suite, Old Trafford, Manchester, M16 0RA
Followed by a VIP dinner @ The Old Trafford Cricket Ground*
What can British and German small and mid-sized privately owned companies, which are looking for international growth, learn from each other?
The German British Forum Conference 2015 is a great opportunity for UK companies to meet peers and discuss ideas about Education & Training, Finance and Exports and to learn more about routes into German markets. Exchange ideas with up to 200 delegates!
· Understand why many of Germany’s Mittelstand firms export so successfully.
· Want to access markets in Germany, or learn more about doing so.
· Learn more about Germany’s business, education and financial system.
· Network with peers, manufacturers, UK and foreign trade organisations.
· See SME trade data packages to help pick foreign markets.
The list of speakers includes:
Mario Ohoven President of the German Association for Small- and Medium-Sized Businesses (BVMW)
Christian Krämer Vice President of KfW
Dr Christof Bönsch CEO of KOMET Group
Jonathan Collinge, CSR Manager of adidas
Edward Naylor, CEO of Naylor Idustries
Dr Andreas Prothmann from the German Embassy in London
Florian Schauenburg from the Schauenburg Group
As well as experts from the educational and finance sector.
Britain’s newest supercar sensation, the BAC Mono (http://www.bac-mono.com/).
A German/British business event that could help your company to become internationally successful and improve your understanding of business support systems in Europe.
Registration for the event is now open. The first 120 delegates register for free. Please note: Registering for the conference does not register you for the dinner. If you wish to attend the dinner, please contact the GBF directly by e-mail
*Please register for the dinner by getting touch with the GBF Conference Team directly. Thank you!
More information and registration: http://www.gbf.com/conference/2015-conference/
Phone: +44 (0) 20 8892 0416 and +44 (0) 7920 179496.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org ; email@example.com