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Future for International Trade Conference postponed until 17th March 2022

We regret to inform you that we have taken the decision to the postpone the Future for International Trade Conference planned for 25th November 2021.

The second edition of the popular Future for International Conference, sponsored by three of the leading trade associations in the home enhancement, garden, leisure and pet product and sectors, will now take place on 17th March 2022.

The new date is in response to industry requests to host the conference when international travel restrictions ease further, as several international show organisers wish to participate, as well as recently announced organisational changes at the Department of International Trade, both of which restricted the availability of the leading international experts and export speakers who were scheduled to appear.

The event will focus on challenges and opportunities for UK exporters, advice on international logistics, routes to open up export markets with significant potential and includes insightful business case studies by some of the UK’s leading exporters.

The conference will be opened by John Arnold, a government lobbyist, whose behind the scenes insights on Government strategy and performance proved a real winner with the conference delegates at our first conference.

Places reserved for November can be rolled over to March 17th and additional places can be obtained by contacting Zara Miah, Member Services Co-ordinator.

The BHETA Team

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