Cambs experts in Swiss pool
CAMBRIDGE business development experts Deyton Bell have been accepted on to the Pool of Experts for OSEC, the business network for Switzerland. Established in 2002 under a Swiss Government mandate, the Pool of Experts is an online directory of specialists
CAMBRIDGE business development experts Deyton Bell have been accepted on to the Pool of Experts for OSEC, the business network for Switzerland.
Established in 2002 under a Swiss Government mandate, the Pool of Experts is an online directory of specialists who are able to support Swiss SMEs in building international business.
It offers a quick and transparent tool for the pre-selection of experts and is actively promoted to Swiss SMEs interested in global expansion. The pool numbers some 440 registered experts from over 40 counties who all possess specific and qualified expert knowledge in a wide range of sectors relating to all aspects of internationalisation, and is actively looking to recruit more.
Chris Parkhouse, managing director of Deyton Bell, said: "This is further recognition for our expertise in international business development.
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"Last year we were selected onto the business panel for the US Commercial Service, highlighting our transatlantic business capability. Being included on the Swiss Pool of Experts now enhances our credentials as a major player in European business development as well.
"We look forward to working with Swiss organisations in the near future"
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INFORMATION: To find out more, contact Chris Parkhouse on 01223 873033, e-mail email@example.com or visit www.deytonbell.com