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Lord Livingston meets top exporters from the south east region

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Winners of the 2014 Queen’s Award for Enterprise from the south east celebrated their success at a special event in London hosted by Lord Livingston.

UK Trade & Investment (UKTI) recently (7 July 2014) held an event to recognise the winners of the 2014 Queen’s Award for Enterprise.

15 winners attended the prestigious event at the Farmer’s Club in London. They were welcomed by Lord Livingston, Minister for Trade & Investment and UKTI South East director Lewis Scott.

Lord Livingston, Minister for Trade & Investment, said:

With the largest number of Queen’s Award winners in the country, the South East certainly has a lot to celebrate. This event provided a fantastic opportunity for me to speak to some of the region’s best exporters.

The event highlighted the support provided by UK Trade & Investment and UK Export Finance and I would encourage all companies interested in exporting to find out how government can help their business.

The attendees received information on how they can further increase their exports with the help of UKTI’s services.

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