Chamber research has shown that more than half of our members (56%) currently export goods overseas, which is significantly higher than the UK average of a third (32%). Six out of 10 businesses in our region are aiming to grow their sales internationally.

We can provide information about opportunities around the world to help achieve this ambition.

Webinar: BritCham Singapore - Everything You Need to Know - August 27

In this special session, the BritCham executive director and business services director will provide an overview of who we are, what we do, and how we can help you.

If you would like to understand more about the Chamber, this is a session not to be missed. The conversation will broadly cover: Strategic focus, trade activities, the networking opportunities for member, the available business development activities, governance, connectivity to Government, member benefits, committee work, supporting members through COVID-19 and events, digital content and opportunities to engage in conversation.

Who: David Kelly, executive director, and Nicole Wharfe, business services director, of the British Chamber of Commerce Singapore.

When: August 27, 2020 at 16:00 - 17:30.

Registration: Please click here for more information.

Webinar: Food and drink opportunities in the Middle East - September 01

This webinar will be useful for all Scottish food & drink companies either currently supplying to or targeting the UAE and the wider Middle East market. The webinar will provide you with an understanding of the Middle East region, the opportunities it has to offer and how Scottish Development International (SDI) can support you in this market.

Who: Ali S. Ali, food and drink specialist - Middle East, SDI and Tony Colley, director, TACCT Global.

When: Tuesday, September 1, 10:30 - 11:30.

Registration: Please click here for more details.

Webinar: Explore the Market - Norway/Scotland - September 02

Last year saw a record number of oil and gas fields producing in Norway while Scotland boasts decades of experience in oil and gas and abundant renewable energy resources. Both sophisticated and established markets, the long and trusted trading relationship offers new business opportunities for companies with high quality products and services.

This webinar will provide the opportunity for companies on both sides of the North Sea to explore synergies and potential new business ventures in the energy, technology, engineering and advanced manufacturing sectors.

Who: Aberdeen & Grampian Chamber of Commerce in partnership with ONS 2020 with insights from a range of speakers including the Oil & Gas Technology Centre and international independent E&P company Neptune Energy.

When: September 02, 2020 from 12:00 - 13:30.

Registration: Please click here.

Webinar: Food and drink opportunities in Spain - September 10

This webinar will take into account current challenges and how to do business post COVID and Brexit. It will also cover the e-commerce channel and focus on sub-sectors such as premium grocery, health & wellness, seafood & salmon.

Who: Ivan McKee, Minister for trade, investment and innovation and Audrey Leng, SDI food and drink in-market specialist.

When: Thursday, September 10, 10:00 - 11:00.

Registration: Please click here.

EIC Connect Energy USA - January 26, 2021

Hear from leading operators, developers and OEMs as they present opportunities for vendors, manufacturers and service providers in a combination of briefing sessions, highly sought-after one-to-one appointments. Taking place in Houston, Texas, attendees will have ample opportunities to network and make new business connections. The conventional oil and gas conference theme will incorporate the transition to lower carbon energy sources.

Who: Leading operators, developers and original equipment manufacturers.

When: Tuesday, January 26, 2021.

Where: Houston, Texas, USA.

Registration: Please click here for more info.

Dubai Expo 2020 - October 2021 to March 2022

More than £6bn worth of contracts will be tendered across events, hospitality, security, IT, retail, food and drink and design and creative for the six-month exhibition. Opportunities will arise for developers, contractors, consultants and product solutions in a vast range of sectors - IT, engineering, design, innovation, logistics, tourism, events, overlay packages, security, food and drink, and energy efficiency being just some.

Dubai Expo 2020 is built on a 438 hectare site and is expected to attract 25m visitors over its six month duration. Please contact the Scottish Development International Expo 2020 Dubai team for further information or visit: