British businessman trying to do business with Peruvians

A delegation of thirteen British companies will come to Peru interested in significant growth sectors such as energy, extractive industries, trade, education, health and security, reports the British Embassy in Lima.

Companies from the South East London and North West England regions offer high quality and prestige products and services.

The Trade Mission hosted by the UK Investment Trading Section will be in Lima from 23-25 ​​November and will be led by UK Government senior trade advisers such as Angus Murray, International Trade Advisor, and Paul Eadie, MBE, Latin America Trade Advisor.

Among the companies that will visit Peru are Global Access Europe Limited, StarTraq Limited, Wheelwash Ltd., Crick Software, among others; Representatives from these companies will meet with potential Peruvian business partners to conclude bilateral agreements and strengthen exchanges between the two countries.

“The UK and Peru have increased their trade in recent years and more British companies are showing an interest in doing business in Peru and with Peruvian companies,” said British Ambassador in Lima, Anwar Choudhury.

It should be noted that according to ProInversión, the UK is the second largest investor in Peru.

Roderick Gilbert

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