Come and join us for a very special event indeed, as we hangout on Google Plus with Richard Reed and our export friends…
We’re extremely excited to announce that, on 24th October at 5pm, we will be hosting a Google Hangout with Richard Reed, live from the British Chambers of Commerce conference, Exporting is Good for Britain. Richard is co-founder of innocent drinks and star of BBC 3’s Be Your Own Boss.
The experts will be online answering your questions about global trade.
Hip young entrepreneur, Richard Reed, has propelled his smoothie brand to European stardom. With over 75% market share in the UK and sales in 15 different countries across Europe, innocent is now the number one smoothie brand in Europe. The innocent team has grown from three to 250 people, with offices in London, Paris, Dublin, Copenhagen and Salzburg.
As well as co-leading innocent, Richard is a government advisor on entrepreneurship. He’s recently been busy investing a huge pot of cash in young UK entrepreneurs as part of BBC3’s popular Be Your Own Boss series.
As if that wasn’t enough, we have more names to announce soon, including experts from the British Chambers of Commerce, DHL and e-commerce platform, Alibaba.com. Follow us on Twitter, @dhlexpressuk, for all the latest updates.
How it works
The business experts will be on hand (and online) for 30 minutes to answer your questions about kick starting your company’s global growth. With a wealth of international trade experience between them, the experts couldn’t be better placed to offer their assistance and advice on this exclusive Hangout.
How do I take part?
Post your questions in advance by using the comment box below, or by tweeting us at @dhlexpressuk using the Britain is Good for Business hashtag, #BIGFB.
Alternatively, you can post your question during the hangout on the event page here (but please note that questions received prior to the event will take precedence over those asked during the hangout).
Where can I watch it?
You will also be able to watch the video live from our YouTube page.
The topic: Going global
The date: 24th October
The time: 5pm