If you are involved in a cyber business with ambitions to break into US markets, then a free workshop with an international cyber specialist could be the helping hand you need!
Andy Williams, International Director of the iCyber Centre @bwtech, Maryland, will be dispensing advice and guidance on how to start trading successfully in the US at the workshop for Midlands based cyber businesses on March 1.
The four-hour session (from 9am to 1pm) will cover extensive ground for those businesses hoping to make their first strides into North America.
It is being organised by Midlands Cyber, the partnership set up to represent the Midland’s growing cyber business community, and Titania, a cyber security company based in Worcester providing security software solutions.
About Andy Williams & Titania
Andy Williams is an international business expert who helps cyber security companies succeed overseas. He has also led initiatives for the US and UK governments to grow transatlantic trade and investment in cyber security. Previously, he led the international business of UK cyber security software start-up Titania, which now supplies to 90+ countries.
Incorporated in 2009, Titania has gone from strength to strength over the years, supplying its products on a global scale. By 2013 the company was already supplying to 50 countries worldwide and by 2015 it had opened an Innovation Hub in Virginia to support their American clients.
Sign up to the West Midlands Cyber Market Workshop in Worcester on March 1 here.
A similar event will be held in Lutterworth on February 27. To register for that, click here.
For more information about Midlands Cyber, visit the website.