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BBC Seeking British Companies To Feature In Forthcoming TV Series

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To be presented by Dragons' Den panellist Theo Paphitis, BBC 2 have recently commissioned a well-known production company to create a new three-part, prime-time television series about British businesses and high growth markets.

BBC 2  have recently commissioned a well-known production company to create a new three-part, prime-time television series about British businesses and high growth markets.

Presented by Dragons' Den panellist Theo Paphitis, each programme will follow the progress of three British companies who are considering expanding, exporting or manufacturing in a high growth market.

With the aim of experiencing international trade through the eyes of successful British companies, the series will explore the global economy and Britain's position in it, accounting for the cultural and demographic factors which entrepreneurs face and how they deal with them.

The production team wants to profile a cross section of dynamic British products and services that will show the audience the face of contemporary British expertise and manufacturing.

The production team are currently looking for successful British companies – of varying sizes –  seriously interested in the following markets: Brazil, India, Indonesia, Qatar, Russia, South Africa and Vietnam. They are actively seeking dialogue with companies who might be interested in discussing the series, with a view to possible participation.

If you are interested in taking part, please e-mail our Editor at this address: laith@startupoverseas.co.uk.

And finally, good luck!

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