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Author: Samantha Dart MSc
Nightingale HQ’s Richard Jackson attended a round table discussion regarding international trade with Wales Business Insider.
Nightingale HQ’s Richard Jackson attended a round table discussion regarding international trade with Wales Business Insider. Twelve members of the Welsh community were brought together to discuss trade opportunities, building teams and the role that Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) standards play in trading abroad.
Manufacturers such as Atlantic Service and Flamgard were in attendance, alongside local representatives from the food and drink Hensol Castle Distillery and biotech Biocatalysts. Representatives from the Welsh Government were in attendance and the discussions at this event gave a deep insight into the range, and similarities, of issues and experienced faced by Welsh companies in the international market.
“At Nightingale HQ, we have always prided ourselves on working internationally and continue to do so, working with organisations such as the European Institute of Innovation & Technology (EIT) and Irish manufacturers such as Midland Steel. We are members of EIT and have customers in England, Ireland and Germany. ” - Richard Jackson Cloud Software Engineer Intern at Nightingale HQ.
The discussions will be summarised into an article in Wales Business Insider. Thank you to Douglas Friedli, Editor of Wales Business Insider for the opportunity bring our viewpoint to the table.