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UK Trade & Investment to have major presence at European Offshore and Energy 2014

13 December, 2013

UK Trade & Investment (UKTI) will be exhibiting at the inaugural European Offshore and Energy 2014 (8-10 April 2014, NEC Birmingham) to provide trade and investment guidance and support for visitors and exhibitors alike. UKTI will exhibit at Stand Number E320 during the event and local, national and international representatives will be available for meetings with UK companies wishing to learn more about what UKTI can offer. With a parentage of the Department for Business Innovation and Skills and the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, UKTI brings together a blend of experienced civil servants, industry specialists and diplomats with a view to supporting international business success for the UK. Its professional advisers cover the UK and across more than 100 international markets, helping UK-based companies succeed in the global economy and assisting overseas companies in bringing their high-quality investment to the UK. Conference and seminar programme presence UKTI will also feature prominently in the conference and seminar programmes staged by European Offshore and Energy, together with its co-located shows; Fluid Power & Systems, Air-Tech, Drives & Controls and Plant & Asset Management. During its seminar presentations, UKTI will highlight many of the areas it is currently working and the levels of success it is currently achieving for UK businesses. Jim Feeney, head of UKTI's Advanced Manufacturing Events, commented on the Government Department's decision to exhibit and speak at the event:. "When event organiser DFA Media approached me to consider whether I should add this event to the portfolio of events in the UK and Internationally where UKTI seek to provide a platform for international business to be done and export contracts to be won, I was immediately interested. "The initial approach was based on UKTI's role in the oil & gas sector; a sector where we have a significant profile – and a successful role – in supporting British business from the major oil companies like Shell and BP down through each tier of the supply chain to SMEs. However my colleagues and I saw this wide-ranging engineering event as offering an opportunity broader than just oil & gas where we already have a very strong and responsive customer base." Feeney continued: "We felt this event offered the opportunity to reach businesses which were not yet exporting and introduce them to UKTI and engage with existing exporters and introduce them to new markets. We plan to do both at the event. We will seek to highlight the work UKTI does locally, nationally and internationally and to introduce and explain the product range of support available through government networks and the business partners with whom we regularly operate. "We will put together a strong presence at the show with the intention of assisting more companies to explore exporting for the first time, or to consider new markets, or to identify potential new customers in existing export markets with our team on site during the event. We will be able to provide details of our programme of activities across all sectors through 2014-15 and beyond and will be able to explain how and where UKTI support can fit the needs of individual companies. I am looking forward to it." The combined co-located DFA Media shows, together with MACH and National Electronics Week – are expected to bring over 40,000 visitors to Birmingham's NEC during the week. About European Offshore & Energy 2014 8-10 April 2014, NEC Birmingham, UK The inaugural European Offshore & Energy exhibition and conference for 2014 brings the upstream energy market together under one roof; providing visitors with the ideal opportunity to learn about the industry's latest product innovations, solutions and services. As well as the extensive range of offerings showcased across the exhibition floor, European Offshore & Energy will also feature EnergyDialogue, a three-day conference covering a host of energy issues together with product/solution analysis. EnergyDialogue will ensure delegates receive all the information they need directly from leading authorities, policy makers and expert practitioners. Additionally, TechKnowledge, a three-day seminar programme, will feature a packed programme covering everything from detailed analyses of proven existing technology to the latest industry innovations. Delegates will also have the opportunity to attend event organiser DFA Media's other highly complementary co-located exhibitions: Drives & Controls, Fluid Power & Systems, Plant & Asset Maintenance and Air-Tech. So, whether you are involved in oil and gas, power generation, shale gas or renewable energy, European Offshore & Energy, along with its associated exhibitions, provides a unique one-stop shop for all your information, technology and product requirements. Don't miss out on being a part of the inaugural European Offshore & Energy show and the UK's largest co-located industry event. For more information and updates, visit: www.europeanoffshoreenergy-expo.com About UKTI UK Trade & Investment (UKTI) works with UK-based businesses to ensure their success in international markets, and encourage the best overseas companies to look to the UK as their global partner of choice. UKTI has professional advisers both within the UK and across more than 100 international markets. UKTI has a customer commitment to helping its UK and international customers by providing a range of services, to a high standard and improve customer service by listening to customer feedback. It also has a co-ordination role across government to establish a more systematic approach to relationships with companies which are the most economically significant investors and exporters. For more information, visit: www.ukti.gov.uk





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