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Invest Black Country documentary being broadcast on 27 May

Invest Black Country and the UK India Business Council (UKIBC) commissioned a Business Channel documentary to discuss investment opportunities with Indian companies from a Black Country perspective.

The documentary will be broadcast on Sky channel 212 and Freesat channel 401 on Tuesday 27 May at 8.30pm. 

Produced by The Business Channel, the documentary includes interviews with Black Country exporters Andy Cox, Managing Director of Cox & Plant Products in Stourbridge and Jason Wouhra, Director of East End Foods in West Bromwich to discuss the opportunities and barriers of trading with India.

Wayne Langford, Head of Investment, Invest Black Country said: "India offers enormous opportunities for businesses in the Black Country, and nationally. By taking advice from the right experts, such as Andy Cox and Jason Wouhra, UK companies can succeed in India with the Black Country in prime position with its well established innovation in aerospace, defence and automotive sectors. We are pleased to be working with UKIBC to help facilitate an increase in trade between the UK and India through business to business dialogue.”

The documentary is available to view on The Business Channel website from 28 May and will be forwarded to relevant businesses via the Institute of Directors and the Confederation of British Industry.

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