Clacks Business Week – FREE 1-2-1 Export advice and support

Clacks Business Week has organised an exceptional “Ask The Expert” day at Elmbank Mill, Menstrie on Tuesday November 22 covering Marketing, Exporting, HR & Employment Law and Social Media.

Neil Fraser is our exporting expert and companies exporting products or services can discuss their export plans with Neil and receive guidance in terms of international country selection, market entry option and developing an export strategy etc

The Scottish Enterprise export support services can then be used to conduct market research for example, or to obtain lists of potential importers or overseas partners. Support and grants can be given to develop a product or service for an international market or to travel to a different country to develop the market. International trade mission and exhibition support can also be offered for some overseas events.

Neil began his logistics career in the RAF moving military freight across the globe. Neil lived in Southern Africa for over 20 years and was involved in a number of international trade activities including exporting slurry pumps into Central Africa, importing FMCG into Angola and operating his own business importing and exporting veterinary equipment.

Neil runs an international trade services business and is a service provider to Scottish Enterprise as an export adviser in the Forth Valley. Neil offers free export advice to local businesses as well as information on export support services and grants from Scottish Enterprise.  The Scottish Enterprise Export Advisory Service offers free export advice and support services.

Neil has two appointment slots available on November 22.

  • 11:30 am
  • 12:15 pm

These 1-2-1 consultations are absolutely free of charge however, due to the limited time frames, you must call 01259 726430 to secure your appointment.

See Clacks Business Week for information about our other “Ask The Expert” Sessions to be held at Elmbank Mill on Tuesday, November 22.

  • Marketing
  • HR & Employment Law
  • Social Media