Posts tagged Export and trade
Italian Design and colour.
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Amazing White facade of this luxurious hotel. 

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Yellows and oranges 🍊 of the fruit hanging from the trees

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I am in the italian Mediterranean for a cultural refresh for a week or two. The first thing that hits your eyes is the fabulous colours. The Mediterranean blue of the sky and sea and the bright colours of the fruit hanging from every tree along the wide marble boulevards. A sensational blast to the senses. 

Such a glorious way to recharge the soul and palette. 

Red Mason invited to the Secretary of State for International Trade and President of the Board of Trade, The Rt Hon Dr Liam Fox MP Christmas Reception at Lancaster House.

It was an honor to be invited to attend the 2017 Christmas Reception by President of the Board of Trade and DIT Liam Fox at Lancaster House in St James.

"Your presence ensured the evening was a great success and your enthusiasm and positive spirit helped to make this event both productive and inspiring.  We wish you a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year, and hope that you continue to be engaged with the Department for International Trade into 2018 and beyond".

Red Mason was invited by the Secretary of State for International Trade and President of the Board of Trade, The Rt Hon Dr. Liam Fox Christmas Reception at Lancaster House to say thanks for the work we have done over 2017 in both the UK and trade missions to Asia.

 Department of International Trade (DIT) Trade Reception, Lancasrer House, London
 Department of International Trade (DIT) Trade Reception, Lancasrer House, London
 Department of International Trade (DIT) Trade Reception, Lancasrer House, London
 Department of International Trade (DIT) Trade Reception, Lancasrer House, London
RED MASON TRAVELLING TO MANCHESTER TO ADVISE UK OVERSEAS COMMERCIAL REPRESENTATIVES ON UK TECH AND Creative industry next week.
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Following on from the very successful trade mission to Malaysia at the start of October we have been asked to travel to Manchester and advise a number of commercial officers from the UK's priority markets *( USA, China, India, Japan, South Korean, Singapore, Malaysia, The Philippines, Thailand, Australia/New Zealand).

We are always happy to work as a representative from the UK’s SME community and help advise overseas commercial officers from DIT so they are up to speed about what is happening here in the UK.
— A.Whitlock Director Red Mason

The purpose of meetings is to bring the commercial officers up to speed on various aspects of UK technology.

This allows the commercial officers to then look for trade opportunities in their market that match the UK tech companies. It is an all-day event comprising a series of roundtables and one to one meetings with the respective commercial officer.