LAMMA is delighted to welcome the Department for International Trade (DIT) Trade Export Advice Centre to LAMMA 2017.
For overseas companies looking for investment opportunities in the UK and for UK-based companies seeking assistance to expand into overseas markets the Trade Export Advice Centre is a great place to start. More about commercial opportunities can be found at
Visitors to the Trade Export Advice Centre can benefit from meeting with experienced personnel who will be available during the event to discuss opportunities to accelerate global growth, including:
- Facilitating meetings between UK and international companies
- Speaking with machinery specialist across the key subsectors of precision agri-tech and agri-tech trade
- Discussing current export opportunities, including an opportunity to meet with the Department for International Trade and investors from overseas.
Visitors will also be able to have 1-2-1 meetings with DIT officials from our commercialteams in South Africa and Ukraine to learn more about specific opportunities in those markets.
The Department for International Trade Export Advice Centre will be located in Hall two on stand 207. You can either have an informal chat on their or you can contact them directly ahead of LAMMA to arrange a private meeting during the show. Please contact [email protected] for further information or to request a meeting.
More about Agri-Tech Organisation at the Department for International Trade (DIT)
The organisation champions the role of agri-tech in strengthening agri-business success in both UK exports and inward investment, and helping drive sustainable intensification of agriculture to provide global access to sufficient, safe, healthy food.
Their team of private sector specialists and civil servants, combines the expertise and knowledge of business, academia and government from across the UK and the international agri-tech sector.
Working alongside DIT’s global network of in-country experts in over 100 markets, tailored advice and support is provided to businesses or institutions looking to develop in overseas markets or to establish their operations and commercialise new technologies in the UK.
The Agri-Tech Organisation also leverages Government influence to address barriers to trade and accelerate routes to market for UK companies looking to export their products in new markets.
Key areas of focus are plant sciences, animal health, aquaculture and precision agriculture, but other value opportunities can be supported.