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Wakefield “Willy Wonka” opening chocolate factories around the world

A master chocolatier from Wakefield, who supplies budding "Willy Wonkas" around the world with the equipment and expertise needed to run their own chocolate factories, is looking to double his international activity in the next two years. David Greenwood-Haigh, who trades under Coeur de Xocolat, has received support from the Department

Northern Powerhouse businesses say bonjour to global exporting with Paris trade mission

A number of Yorkshire businesses visited the renowned international lifestyle trade show, Maison & Objet, in Paris as part of a Northern Powerhouse trade mission to explore export opportunities. Organised by the Department for International Trade (DIT), the mission saw 15 of the region’s businesses meet prospective importers, distributors and buyers

European buyers get a taste of Yorkshire food and drink

More than 130 food and drink producers have showcased the best of Northern Powerhouse produce to European wholesale buyers at a recent exporting event in Harrogate. Yorkshire businesses including Spirit of Harrogate, Thirsk’s Shepherds Purse Cheeses, Leeds’ North Brewing Company and Bradford’s Seabrook Crisps were among the firms looking to increase

Google Digital Garage comes to Sheffield in partnership with the Department for International Trade

The Department for International Trade (DIT) has partnered with Google for a series of Google Digital Garage workshops for businesses across Yorkshire. Google Digital Garage aims to help SMEs develop web knowledge, grow their online business and increase export potential. The workshops will offer small business free face-to-face digital skills and e-commerce

Bradford-based businesses to share expertise on international marketing strategies

Exporters Seabrook Crisps, together with Fit Britches and Superfood Market Ltd, will share their experience of developing successful international marketing strategies at a key event being staged by The Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM) and the Department for International Trade (DIT). Addressing the free event at the offices of KPMG, 1