AEB partners with IoD on "2019 Open House on the Road for Global Business"
Expanding operations to and trading with new overseas markets offers the possibility of real growth for UK companies. But the dynamic world of global trade with its thicket of rules and agreements between economic partners and nations paired with ever-growing supply chain networks creates a challenging environment for businesses.
These complex factors are transforming Britain's role on the international stage and it's crucial for business leaders to understand how to quickly adapt to and navigate through a turbulent global economy.Global business has become truly borderless and UK companies looking for sustainable growth need to ensure they are set to meet international requirements and adapt to shifts and changes in the global trade environment quickly and without supply chain disruptions.
- How can businesses achieve a holistic view of options and build the right foundations to not just survive, but to be competitive in today's fast-paced marketplaces?
- What's the best strategy to navigate the complex world of global trade successfully?
Join the IoD "Open House on the Road for Global business" event series to find out. Business leaders are invited to join from 9 am to 2 pm respectively on the following dates:
· May 10 – Grange St. Paul's Hotel, London
· May 13 – National Conference Centre, Solihull
· June 13 – Cardiff Castle, Cardiff
· June 27 – UWE Bristol Business School, Bristol
· November 13 – Marriott Victoria & Albert Hotel, Manchester
· November 20 – The Deep, Hull
· November 21 – Newmarket Racecourse, Newmarket
With a focus on small and medium-sized businesses (SME), each half-day event features inspiring key notes and case studies and offers delegates the opportunity to directly engage with experts in the panel discussion "Making international trade simpler" and various business roundtables. Each of the IoD Open House events brings together different perspectives, with a highlight on the UK's industrial strategy, BREXIT, international trade, emerging markets, and economists' views.
Geoff Taylor, Managing Director of AEB (International)
Geoff Taylor said: "Economic uncertainty has shaken business confidence, but it also highlights the clear advantage for businesses that harness new technology when trading across borders. Modernizing and tapping the potential of global trade and digital customs management empowers companies to respond quickly to changes and achieve excellent returns on investment at the same time. It also advances businesses' digital agenda, which is a high priority for business leaders across sectors. I look forward to discussing individual challenges and how to make international trade simpler with attendees of the IoD Open House events."
To find out more and to book tickets, please visit https://www.iod.com/
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About AEB (www.aeb.com)
Software for global trade and logistics
AEB software supports the global trade and logistics processes of businesses in the industrial, commercial, and service sectors. More than 5,000 customers from over 35 countries use AEB solutions for shipping, transport and warehouse management, customs clearance, import and export management, sanctions list screening, and export controls. AEB's portfolio extends from ready-to-go software products from the cloud to a tailored but highly adaptive logistics platform.
With the automation of customs declarations, embargo checks, shipping and billing processes and the IT integration of partners in the supply chain, AEB brings greater transparency, efficiency, cost reductions, and legal protection to supply chain management as a whole. AEB solutions also make companies more flexible and increase their capabilities to react.
AEB has more than 450 employees worldwide. The software company has its head office and on-site data centers in Germany and international offices in the United Kingdom, Singapore, Switzerland, Sweden, the Netherlands, the Czech Republic, France, and the United States.
About the Institute of Directors (www.iod.com)
The Institute of Directors (IoD) was founded in 1903 and within three years was awarded a Royal Charter to support, represent and set standards for business leaders and corporate governance in the UK. Its objective is to ensure the views of its 30,000+ members, and the business community as a whole, are taken into account when the government is reviewing policy, legislation or seeking the opinions of the wider business community in the UK. Members of the IoD benefit from a range of additional resources – including access to business information, training, professional expertise, networking opportunities, flexible working spaces, and the renowned Chartered Director qualification and training portfolio – all of which are designed to help business leaders strengthen and build on their own success.
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