Date(s) - 25/11/2014
4:30 pm - 6:00 pm
Penllergaer Business Park
The headline speaker is Dafydd James, former Welsh rugby international with 48 caps, and business development manager at OSTC FX.
He is joined by Gary Baylis from Westhaven Worldwide Logistics, haulage specialists supporting exporters with their overseas endeavours.
The event is being hosted at the Welsh Government offices in Penllergaer.
Grow your international sales and profits – agenda
– 4.30 pm – Registration and buffet
– 5.15pm – Dafydd James, former Welsh rugby international turned foreign exchange BDM for OSTC FX – Why foreign exchange is stealing your profits
– 5.35 pm – Gary Baylis from Westhaven Worldwide Logistics – Export opportunities and how to take them
– 6.00 pm – Finish
We all know that to make more profit from overseas markets we need more sales, and reduce costs.
But what about the effect that foreign exchange rates have on profits?
So many businesses focus on sales, cost and logistics, but they don’t alter how they work with foreign exchanges.
When it comes to foreign exchange there are winners, and there are losers. Part of this is down to timing, but by learning some tricks of the trade you can make foreign exchange work for you.
Dafydd James, former Welsh rugby international, has recently joined up with prolific businesswoman Deborah Williams’ new start up OSTC FX. Deborah Williams, former managing director of Confused.com and current Ospreys board member, raised £1 million for the business which focuses on foreign exchange.
Dafydd will be talking about how you can make foreign exchange work for you, sharing some of the hints and tips that have made OSTC FX one of Wales’ hottest start ups.
Gary Baylis from Westhaven Worldwide Logistics, a haulage specialist, will be sharing his knowledge. Having worked with hundreds of exporters, he’ll be sharing what export markets are hot at the moment, and how to get your products there.
You can sign up by filling in the form below or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
This event is fully booked.