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Grown in Britain Global Business Programme at Milan Expo 2015

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Register your interest in taking part in the ‘GREAT Weeks’ sector events, the centrepiece of the Grown in Britain Business Programme in Milan

The Grown in Britain Business Programme has been developed as part of the UK’s presence at this year’s Milan Expo. The programme offers the opportunity to:

  • be part of a Ministerial and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) hosted global business audience
  • showcase your company to the world
  • enjoy exclusive access to the whole of Milan Expo, including the UK Pavilion and its on-site business suite facilities

GREAT Weeks

The centerpiece of the business programme is a series of GREAT Weeks. These sector-focused business events bring together leaders from industry, opinion formers, buyers and decision makers from across the globe. The target sectors are:

  • food and drink
  • agritech
  • life sciences
  • healthcare
  • technology
  • creative industries

GREAT Weeks participants are typically decision-makers at UK-based Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) or large corporations with global ambitions.

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