Can Britain become an exporting superpower?

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Can Britain become an exporting superpower?

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Whilst the UK saw food and drink exports reaching record highs in 2022 at £24.8bn, we have since see numbers fall. In 2023 exports dropped by to £24.3bn, with the volume of most food and drink categories in decline.
In this editorial webinar, Food Manufacture is joined by four expert speakers to discuss how Britain can get back on track and establish itself as the next exporting superpower.
Within this session, you can expect to:

  • Understand why now a good time is to export
  • How to leverage the power of the ‘Made in Britain brand’
  • Understand the challenges that the industry currently faces around red tape
  • Identify the opportunities that lie ahead and the support available for first-time and expanding exporters
  • Hear an exclusive update from UK Food and Drink Export Council and its progress and recommendations


Katie Doherty Katie Doherty CEO
The International Meat Trade Association (IMTA)

Nagma Ebanks Beni Nagma Ebanks Beni MBE Co-CEO
Prima Cheese Ltd

Nicola Thomas Nicola Thomas Food and drink export specialist
Self employed

 Ian Wright Ian Wright Partner & Co-chair of the UK Food and Drink Export Council
Acuti Associates

Bethan Grylls Bethan Grylls Editor
Food Manufacture