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For more information about market visits, OMIS and the wide range of support services available through UK Trade & Investment to help your company succeed overseas call the North East International Trade Hotline on 0845 05 05 054 or email: enquiries@ukti.
OMIS is offered through the Chamber's International Trade Team and puts companies directly in touch with staff in the UKTI overseas offices.
If a meeting needs to be set up, OMIS can do that too, inviting potential local partners from among its bank of commercial contacts.
In the last year 239 North-east companies have taken advantage of OMIS to explore the potential in markets worldwide and they're already reaping the rewards.
Through OMIS a company can be put directly in touch with our staff in more than 200 countries.
OMIS advised on the legal framework for setting up the company in Johannesburg.
Having already benefited from the support of UKTI's Passport to Export initiative and taken part in two market visits to China during 2009, the company signed up to G3 and commissioned a number of Overseas Market Introduction Service - OMIS - reports to gain a more detailed knowledge of the market, potential partners, customers, suppliers, distributors and agents Mark Podmore, operations director at Ford, explained: "We've now completed the G3 programme and its support has been invaluable.
Through OMIS - the Overseas Market Introduction Service - a company can be put directly in touch with our staff in more than 200 countries, each with the expert knowledge needed to help draw up a programme to ensure success.
Cable & Wireless commissioned OMIS Research to discover which of the largest cities in the UK were best equipped for growth.
With support from UK Trade & Investment (UKTI), the company has been exploring the potential in India and has also commissioned OMIS (Overseas Market Introduction Service) reports from UKTI to give their efforts a kick start.
OMIS offers a flexible blend of advice and research, with support when visiting the market.
In 2010 the company decided to commission OMIS (Overseas Market Introduction Service) reports from UKTI from which they were helped to identify key contacts at 10 of the largest city bus manufacturers in the company.
As well as commissioning business research company OMIS to carry out a series of reports, the pair will also be using the funding to visit each of the Scandinavian countries, where it will hold discussions with importers as well as Government officials.
For Stokesley-based Analox Sensor Technology, OMIS has helped win orders in Poland and Denmark for its CO2 analysers.
The OMIS curriculum is designed according to international standards, emphasising inquiry, stimulating curiosity, and fostering comprehension and creativity rather than learning by rote.