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Tea with Reason: Regional event in Novo mesto

When 09:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Where Novo mesto

The UK remains open for business; premium pricing, openness to innovation, a market of 66 million, links to the rest of the world and a reliable business environment are just some of the advantages that persuade companies from all over the world to export or even set up in the UK.

At the regional "Tea with Reason" in Novo mesto, we would like to introduce you to the UK market and give you concrete tips on how to get started. We will also talk to experienced local entrepreneurs about the current economic situation and how to adequately protect yourself in the current uncertainty.

You are welcome to join us
on Thursday 10 November between 9.30 and 11.30
at the Kocka Gallery, Novi trg 5 in Novo mesto.


9:30 Arrival and registration

10:00 Opening remarks

  • Tiffany Sadler, British Ambassador to Ljubljana

  • Tomaž Kordiš, Director of the Chamber of Commerce of Dolenjska and Bela Krajina

  • Barbara Uranjek, Director of the British-Slovenian Chamber of Commerce

  • Predrag Pranjič, Director of the SME Sector Corporate and Project Finance, Nova KBM

10:20 How to enter the UK market & business culture

  • Rob Howland, Coffee Cup Consulting

10:35-10:45 ATA Zvezek - easier entry into the UK market

  • Eva Žontar, Director, Public Charters, Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Slovenia

10:45 Changes in doing business after Brexit - customs & tax

  • Azra Begič Milanez, ATax International

11:30 Closing and networking

The event will be held in Slovenian and is free of charge, but please register for the event.

Please register here.

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