The United Kingdom, protagonist in In-FEDA

Tomorrow, May 6 at 10:00 a.m., exporting companies have a new call at FEDA (c/ de los Empresarios, 6). The second dynamic breakfast of the In FEDA 2022 program: “United Kingdom: Logistical, Technical Challenges and Commercial Opportunities”.

This dynamic and technical breakfast will focus on relevant aspects of the current panorama in the United Kingdom. Margarita Enríquez will moderate the session, addressing issues as important in this context as: negotiation strategies, business opportunities and main business partners. And Brexit in logistics operations (current situation, key factors that affect logistics operations, existing transport services and their contracting, operational and documentary processes, alternatives to the current situation.

Three intense hours that will provide a key vision to understand and be able to operate in the new situation with the United Kingdom, in which professionals, businessmen and freelancers will exchange experiences and queries on the subject.

This technical breakfast has the support of such important institutions at European level as the Enterprise Europe Network, and at a regional level such as IPEX and CECAM, and the traditional collaboration of CaixaBank, together with the Technical Directorate of the Association of Importers and Exporters of Albacete, ADIEX.

Seminar Scope: UK is already a third country. Many things have changed at a technical and regulatory level, but this continues to be a strategic business partner for Spain. Aspects that go beyond what the Brexit agreements stipulate will be addressed, to focus on logistics and negotiation criteria relevant to companies in Castilla-Mancha, analyzing the current situation in detail, taking into account, in addition, the forecast of a trade mission to the United Kingdom in the second half of 2022, with the participation of FEDA through the IPEX and CECAM agreement.

Aimed at: To the personnel of exporting companies in the region, as well as any professional with a direct relationship with logistics, since now more than ever logistics is one of the engines of reactivation of the economy.

Margarita Enríquez is an independent consultant and teacher in Logistics and International Transport, since 2009, for public universities (Faculty of Economic Sciences of Albacete, Carlos III in Madrid and Faculty of Industrial Engineering of Vigo), official organizations (ICEX), different Chambers of Commerce (Valladolid, Ciudad Real, Toledo, etc.), business organizations such as FEDA.

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