1st October, 2014
Increased number of international business enquiries following membership of IAG International
Stuart Haynes, lead international partner, is already seeing an increase in the number of international business enquiries after Aaron & Partners became members of the Integrated Advisory Group (IAG) International in July this year.
So far all the enquiries have been made through Stuart, who has then forwarded them on to the relevant partner within the firm or to the IAG member.
The countries and their enquiries so far include:
1 Romania regarding a private client matter
2 Croatia regarding a commercial contract regarding road transport
3 Belgium for negotiation of a software supply agreement
4 Germany for a new research & development agreement
5 Hong Kong on an investment property related matter
6 Dubai regarding the formation of a new distribution outlet for a UK company
7 USA regarding the formation of a new company to supply research & development and a new product into the US from a UK company.
Stuart says: “This is exactly what we expect to happen following the firm’s ratification as a member of IAG International. It is great that my fellow partners can see the benefits of the work we have done to secure our membership. I am sure that the enquiries will continue to come in and our international business clients will continue to grow.”
Stuart will be attending the next IAG International meeting with Head of Corporate Stuart Scott-Goldstone and Head of Renewables David Harries, which is taking place from 8 – 12 October in Gran Canaria.
For more information on how Aaron & Partners can help your business to grow internationally, please contact Stuart Haynes on 01743 453687 or email [email protected].
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