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BUSINESSES in the East of England can learn how to profit from the continental European market at a series of breakfast seminars organised by business development specialists Deyton Bell and the Belgian Embassy. The seminars will focus on Belgium as a bus

BUSINESSES in the East of England can learn how to profit from the continental European market at a series of breakfast seminars organised by business development specialists Deyton Bell and the Belgian Embassy.

The seminars will focus on Belgium as a business gateway to Europe and are open to all businesses from across the region. The one of interest to Huntingdonshire companies will be held at the Wyboston Lakes Conference Centre on October 21.

"Belgium represents a great platform for organisations seeking European expansion and the seminars offer an excellent opportunity for businesses to learn more about what's possible and more importantly how they can make it happen," said Chris Parkhouse, managing director of Deyton Bell.

Ben De Smit, economic and commercial councillor at the Belgian Embassy, will be the keynote speaker at the seminars.


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He said: "Belgium boasts a uniquely central location at the hub of the wealthiest area of Europe, at the crossroads of European trade, and offers businesses a stable market-driven economy.

"It is a great time for UK businesses to explore trade and investment opportunities in Europe. The continent offers some very attractive markets, which are easy to access in terms of both geography and trade."

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Other speakers will cover important issues such as how to finance operations, tax, incentives and other practicalities. There will be an opportunity to have one-to-one meetings with the speakers and other embassy officials following the seminar.

INFORMATION: For further details or to make a booking, contact Jessica Heavey at Deyton Bell on 01223 873033, e-mail jessica@deytonbell.com or visit www.deytonbell.com/events.php.

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