Cambridge, UK Tuesday 25 January 2012 – Deyton Bell, the Cambridge based business development specialists are delighted to announce the launch of an the exciting new initiative, The Transatlantic Business Forum, which takes place on Thursday March 10 at Robinson College, Cambridge.
The Transatlantic Business Forum, hosted by Deyton Bell, aims to decipher some of the myths associated with doing business in the US. Deyton Bell’s Managing Director Chris Parkhouse said ‟The US is still the leading single market for nearly every significant business sector but this ‛familiar market’ has sometimes been overlooked in recent times in favour of other more newly emerging opportunities in other countries. The UK is the largest foreign investor in the US and the US is Britain’s largest single export market. There are a great many extremely lucrative opportunities for British businesses in the US and the Transatlantic Business Forum will help businesses to identify them.”
The Transatlantic Business Forum will provide appropriate information, expert advice and opinion on key issues that will not only enable delegates to explore transatlantic business issues but will also instigate connectivity to enable businesses to build bridges and commercial relationships to develop opportunities in the US for both trade and investment purposes.
The Transatlantic Business Forum has already generated a great deal of interest and Deyton Bell have drawn together a high profile panel of experts who are speaking on the day. This includes US speakers, from North Dakota, Pittsburgh and New England. More information about the event, including details of confirmed speakers and supporting organisations, will be released later this week.
Commenting further on this very exciting initiative, Deyton Bell’s Managing Director Chris Parkhouse said: ‟I am delighted that the Transatlantic Business Forum has been launched. The Forum is a must for anyone who is considering US business development and will give delegates an insight into the vast opportunities available to UK companies. We are looking forward to welcoming participants form the US and the UK at this key event which is being supported by so many high profile organisations.”