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Keep informed about opportunities in the French market

Dialling into UKTI France’s webinar programme is an easy, cost-effective way for UK companies to find out about doing business in France.

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Taking part in webinar

UK Trade & Investment (UKTI) France is organising a series of webinars for British companies with the aim of keeping you up-to-date and informed on the French market.

Webinars will run along three key themes:

  • culture and business: various webinars on different aspects of doing business in France

  • tradeshows: various webinars providing information and a “how-to-guide” for key tradeshows across France and a wide range of sectors

  • sectors: various webinars providing factual and up-to-date information on different sectors in France, These normally include information on the trends, key players and trade shows

Find out details of the current France webinar programme.

Once registered for a webinar, if you are not able to attend on the day, UKTI will send you a recording (audio and visual) for you to watch in your own time.

Background on webinars

Short for ‘WEB-based semINAR’, a webinar is a presentation, lecture or seminar given over the internet. A webinar allows a broadcast from one or more presenters to a large audience in any number of places. For example, sector specialists in the UKTI France team can present from their PC, to hundreds of business customers in the UK. Webinars usually combine audio and visual information shared via your desktop.

During a webinar you will be able to:

  • ask questions via the chat function,

  • take part in a Q&A session at the end of the presentation where previous questions will be answered by the speakers

Any questions not answered during the webinar session will be followed up by email.


For more information on UKTI France’s webinar programme contact:

Cliona McLardy, Marketing and Events Officer, UKTI France

Tel: +33 (0)1 44 51 34 59


Published 23 August 2013