This informative event will cover a review of new Health & Safety legislation, followed by a discussion on the cost of accidents to the employer.
Presentation and one to one consultation opportunity with Rufina Baybulatoa, UKTI Russia Trade Adviser
Selling to RUSSIA – how to make the most of being British & beat the competition• What tactics will open doors for you• Why sending your most senior management team member will win you Russian clients attention• Why do the British lose out to the Germans and Italians?• Why Russians pay up front – but why getting your price right for Russia, could get you the order
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NECC, working with Northumbrian Water, are offering a unique insight into their state of the art Scientific Services Centre on Tyneside, with a talk given by a key member of the Northumbrian Water leadership team, the event will provide an insight into one of the region's largest organisations.As well as an engaging site tour, there will be an opportunity to hear from Northumbrian Water on how to plan within your business for the future, safeguarding supplies and services for your business, sustainable innovations in the world of water and what's changing in the water industry and what that may mean for your business.
This event is specifically aimed at businesses within the Medium, President's Club & Partner grades of NECC Membership. If you are not within the aforementioned membership grades, please email
This accredited course is designed to give delegates essential practical guidance to ensure that they are paid for their exports under a letter of credit on first presentation of documents and the confidence to talk to the banks effectively.Price £285 (+VAT) (NECC Global Members £235 +VAT)
Russia is currently in the news due to the EU sanctions regarding elements of energy and finance. In return Russia has implemented sanctions against sub-sectors linked to food. Despite these issues, Russia remains an important trading partner for the UK. The UK exported £7.6 billion of goods and services to Russia in 2013 and it’s forecasted to be the biggest consumer market in Europe by 2020.
There remains a strong appetite for western products and services across a number of sectors which remain unaffected. Due to the sheer size of the country, demand varies quite significantly from regions, and a common view is that Moscow is Russia, which it definitely isn’t.