Tag: World Trade Center Rennes

Replay : World Trade Centers Association Day

11.06.2021
WTC Brest & Rennes Bretagne were pleased to invite you to a webinar with various panelists representing World Trade Centers from Brazil, Portugal, Ghana, Russia and Afghanistan. A big thank you to our different speakers who presented their main figures and top three industries of their region or city, their post-pandemic economic recovery plans and their reciprocity services to other WTC's members....
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Word Trade Centers Association Day

21.05.2021
WTCA DAY DISCOVER HOW TO EXPAND YOUR BUSINESS INTERNATIONALLY   DATE: Friday, June 11th, 2021 TIME: 2pm to 3pm CET PLACE: Online via Teams   WTC Brest & Rennes Bretagne are pleased to invite you to a webinar with various panelists representing World Trade Centers from Brazil, Portugal, Ghana, Russia and Afghanistan. Our speakers will present : Main figures & TOP 3 industries of their region/city Post-pandemic...
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Retour sur la matinale du Club Maroc du 15 novembre 2019

Club Maroc : Retour de la délégation technique du Conseil Régional et témoignages d’entreprises   Intervenants : Jacques LE VAGUERESSE - Directeur des Affaires Européennes et Internationales Région Bretagne Nathaly LEBRETON – Senior VP- International Development – Groupe SALVEO, Appui Opérationnel international – Référente Maroc , 14 années professionnelles au Maroc Emmanuelle LOQUET-TROST - Commerciale –...
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THE TRANSMANCHE DEVELOMPENT GROUP IS GAINING MOMENTUM

As presented in our last updates, the WTC Rennes Bretagne’s Franco-British Business Club evolved recently into a Cross Channel work group, “The TransManche Development Group,” which seeks out opportunities to strengthen trade and economic ties between Brittany (France), the English Channel Islands and the UK. This work group is composed of key institutions and local stakeholders such as ports, airports, chambers of commerce, municipalities,...
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A CROSS CHANNEL INITIATIVE IN THE MIDST OF BREXIT

As recently published by The Guardian, “a five-page document spelling out the UK government’s 'planning assumptions' under Operation Yellowhammer was disclosed in response to a 'humble address' motion” (Yellowhammer: No-Deal Chaos, 2019). The document identifies 12 areas of risk (food and medicine supply chains, the status of UK citizens residing in the EU and air/maritime transport being some of them) in the event of a no-deal Brexit....
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