Andrew Gwynne, MP for Denton and Reddish, is leading a drive to bring free government support to more local firms in Denton and Reddish to help them take advantage of export opportunities and to tap into demand for British products from overseas.
By organising a series of events through 2021, Gwynne is helping businesses in his constituency to find out how they can start or grow international sales and get free government support to do it.
Gwynne is working with the Department for International Trade (DIT), as part of the Parliamentary Export Programme, to help local businesses access the support they need to boost their exporting potential.
Gwynne will be hosting the first event for businesses in the Denton and Reddish constituency on Friday 26 February at 10am.
Andrew Gwynne said:
“Businesses have faced unprecedented challenges over the last year and I’m committed to doing what I can to ensure that our local businesses make it through the pandemic and are able to bounce back stronger.
“This is why I’m delighted to be hosting these events to give businesses across the Denton and Reddish constituency access to information, advice and finance to sell internationally.
“These events are free and will feature experts and experienced exporters who can give free advice that will help whether a business is new to exporting, has exported in the past or is a current exporter.”
Gwynne is a is a founding member of the Parliamentary Export Programme where selected cross-party MPs organise and chair virtual meetings with experts from business and government.