Our next South Manchester event

Thursday 6th September

Alderley Edge Hotel, 12.00 noon - 2.00pm- Alderley Edge, SK9 7BJ


Time - Registration 11.00am for a prompt 11.15am start

Presenter - Helen Provart from Peak Translations

Topic - Selling Overseas - Is It Really That Difficult?


This seminar will look at International Marketing tips for anyone considering taking their products or services overseas. We will be looking at the standard principles of marketing and how these can be applied in foreign markets. The session is designed to be interactive and will get people thinking about which markets might present opportunities for them as well as how their products and services could be marketed overseas.


We will be looking at factors to consider when looking at overseas markets, such as:

* Price
* Product
* Promotion
* Place

About The Presenter:

With a background in international business, Helen builds on over 15 years' experience in the language industry. Her career began in the manufacturing and textile industries where she put her first degree in international business and Spanish to good use and honed her commercial skills and knowledge. She then turned her attention to the area she was most passionate about, languages, and after completing a Master's degree in Translation and Interpreting, began her career with Peak Translations.

An expert in her industry, Helen works with clients from a variety of different sectors, both in the UK and abroad, from technical engineering companies through to creative media companies, to assist and advise them in conducting their business effectively in international markets and in all foreign languages, ensuring that they understand the potential results they can achieve from getting language right.


Members - £39.00 - Book Here

Non Members - £39.00 - Book Here

Come and join us at


Thursday 6th September

Alderley Edge Hotel, 12.00 noon - 2.00pm

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