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Brits take advantage of grants to attend Golf Europe

7.52am 22nd August 2008 - Exhibitions & Conferences

Fourteen British companies have taken advantage of the export funding available from UK Trade & Investment to assist those wishing to exhibit at Golf Europe 2008. The funding enables eligible companies to claim £1,000 against their direct exhibiting costs for the event.

The British Golf Industry Association (BGIA) group stand is virtually full although there are still places available for ‘last-minute’ decision-makers.

The value of this trade show to UK companies is clear with a number of previous British pavilion exhibitors returning to build on previous success including Asbri Golf, Spherical Blade, Ben Sayers and Bunker Mentality.

Companies exhibiting for the first time include Belinda Robertson Limited with their cashmere golf collection, Koata Limited exhibiting a revolutionary golf bag rain cover and i-Motion Caddys who are launching new product at the show. PING are also exhibiting as part of the group, specifically targeting potential customers in Eastern Europe.

The exhibitors will benefit from the provision of a lounge area sponsored by Bauer and, of course, BGIA staff will be present throughout the show on the BGIA Information Stand.

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