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Meet International Buyers at Appetite for Engineering 2010

03 February 2010

The IATC is a government supported organisation dedicated to promoting UK skills and expertise in the agri-food & related technologies sector

Increase your business overseas

Are you looking to export goods/services, meet international buyers for potential business partnerships/collaborations? The IATC are hosting an international delegation at this year's Appetite for Engineering, Hinckley Island Hotel, Leicestershire on 29 April 2010. The delegation will consist of buyers and key decision makers from Romania, Portugal, Egypt, Slovakia, Bulgaria and Turkey.

Appetite for Engineering conference delegates have the unique opportunity to book one-to-one partnering meetings with the delegation at IATC's International Breakfast Reception in the Lakeside Room on Friday 30th April at 0900-1100hrs, these introductory meetings will give you the chance to discuss business opportunities in overseas markets with a view to increasing your export sales.

There is also the opportunity to meet with Trade and Investment Officers from British Embassies based overseas. The Officers are a valuable part of IATC's overseas network with sound current knowledge and experience of their local markets, they have access to up-to-date business opportunities and can provide tailored advice for you and your business.

The delegation will also be available to meet during the Appetite for Engineering Conference and Awards dinner.

For further information on the delegation or to book a partnering meeting, please contact Georgina Varney at the IATC on 02476 323 966 or email

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