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INTERNATIONAL TRADE


Profiting by Innovation Date:


Time:


8 January 2020 9am–4pm


Location: Nottingham Conference Centre


Presented by Innovate UK and Nottingham Trent University, Profiting by Innovation will showcase successful local businesses, sharing how they have won funding and academic support to develop innovative products and services to grow their business and ultimately increase profits. These companies will give


invaluable insight to their innovation journeys, reveal their top tips and be available to answer any questions. During the day there will be


Kalemegdan Fortress in Belgrade


efficiency of existing facilities and investment in new energy production facilities. The use of renewable energy is


still in early development here and equipment sourcing and consultancy services will be necessary across all areas as Serbia develops in this sector. This presents opportunities in power generation, energy from waste, renewable energy and wastewater projects. The Serbian population are also


‘The import market in Serbia has seen healthy growth over the past five years, and this growth is projected to continue’


All segments of the education


and training sector are seeking to build more institutions. The EU is an important partner in


this reform. This means that there are opportunities for UK companies offering educational attributes such as vocational skills and technical expertise, corporate and professional training and equipment and software. Over the next five years Serbia is expecting significant investment


into rail and motorway networks, the majority of funding for these projects will come from international financial institutions. UK companies involved in this kind of infrastructure or its associated consultancy and supply services are well placed to get involved in these projects. In the energy sector, Serbia is in


need of modernisation and refurbishment and governmental focus will be on increased


recognising the increased threat of cybercrime and both public and private sector clients are looking to source products and solutions in areas such as digital forensics, ecommerce fraud and information and data sharing, which again highlights areas where expertise from UK companies would be welcomed. If you are thinking about Serbia


as a potential market for growth, or are looking to take your business or innovation to an international level, you can contact Enterprise Europe Network for tailored support.


Find more details at www.enterprise-europe.co.uk, email eeninfo@emc-dnl.co.uk, phone 0333 3200333 or tweet @EEN_Midlands


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updates on the national innovation funding landscape and the funding and support available more locally. There will also be opportunities to network, one-to-one surgeries with business support providers, and interactive workshops from organisations such as the Knowledge Transfer Network, Growth Hubs, local universities and Enterprise Europe Network. The UK Government has


allocated over £4bn for Innovation Funding, so there has never been a better time to find out about the support that could be available for your business.


If you would like more information contact Enterprise Europe Network - email eeninfo@emc-dnl.co.uk phone 0333 3200333 or tweet @EEN_Midlands


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