Sunday, March 3, 2024

Julian joins Lincolnshire Chamber to boost exports in the county’s south and east

Julian Sigauke has joined the Lincolnshire Chamber of Commerce as its  International Trade Coach working with the International Trade team supporting businesses of all sizes within the South & East of Lincolnshire. 

He has been working within the Import and Export industry since 2009. He has represented popular brands, including PepsiCo Snacks,Heineken Lion match products and Kimberly Clarke. Before his appointment he has been supporting UK companies of all sizes looking to export to various African Markets. 

Julian joins the team at what’s seen as a pivotal moment of growth as the Lincolnshire Chamber of Commerce aims to develop and increase its International Trade offering, currently including Export Documentation, Chamber Customs, Peer to Peer Network, Training and Events, Advising and Consulting, and Translation Services.  

He said: “The opportunity to support local businesses and help them bring down costs to assist them in competing within the market is inspiring. I look forward to playing a key role in consulting with them and supporting their growth in international markets.”

Simon Beardsley, Chief Executive of Lincolnshire Chamber of Commerce, said “With a thorough understanding of global markets and proven experience working within the industry and navigating complex international trade landscapes, Julian is a valuable addition to our organisation.”

“I look forward to seeing his expertise enhance our capabilities and offerings, supporting more businesses across Lincolnshire to grow and develop.”

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