Sign Up For Mobile World Congress 2010
North West companies are being invited to participate in a supported trade mission to Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona in February 2010.
MWC is the World's leading mobile communications exhibition and conference.
UKTI's North West International Trade Team, the North West Regional Development Agency, together with Enterprise Europe Network (EEN) NW are teaming up to support this sector trade mission.
Companies need to sign up by 18th November 2009.
Organised by the GSM Association, over 60,000 decision makers from across the world are expected to attend the event.
NW based companies visiting MWC 2010 as part of the North West delegation will benefit from a £260 travel grant (including VAT) funded by the NWDA, and from the hands on support from International Trade Advisers before and for the duration of the show. You will also have the opportunity to meet with Commercial Officers from over 20 different countries and to attend various networking events.
If you participate in the EEN Technology Transfer Brokerage event, you will qualify for a FREE exhibition visitor pass worth 600 Euros.
EEN Technology Transfer Brokerage Event
Enterprise Europe Network will be providing a partnering event for companies interested in technology transfer, to help find potential European partners. Companies will be able to submit a profile into an online catalogue - and then request meetings with possible partners. The meetings will be held during MWC at the same location - and the service is provided free of charge.
Further Packages Available
There are a number of further packages available for companies looking to attend this exhibition such as Virtual, Visitor and Stand packages.
For more information and for registration details please view the flyer and application form below.
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