A Trade Challenge Partner of the Department of International Trade (DIT)


COBIS is works alongside the Department of International Trade (DIT) (formerly UKTI), as a DIT Trade Challenge Partner to promote export opportunities and inward investment to global businesses. This partnership also enables COBIS to offer our members increased ways of accessing quality information and services about opportunities available in international markets.

More information on the services available to COBIS members through our status as a DIT Trade Challenge Partner is listed below. For further queries, please contact Jamie Ralph - Communications Officer at COBIS - comms@cobis.org.uk

There is a total of 123 DIT Accredited trade partners which represent over 600,000 UK businesses. DIT Trade Challenge Partners meet with DIT representatives three times per year to discuss ways in which we can work together more effectively to increase our members' exports to overseas markets.


 

DIT Webinars
DIT run an extensive programme of webinars throughout the year. Visit the DIT website to register for alerts about webinars in your area of interest. Click Here for More Information

DIT Events Portal
COBIS members can access information about the extensive range of industry events supported by DIT. Visit the DIT Events Portal to register for updates about events in your area of interest. Click Here for More Information

DIT Business Opportunities
COBIS members can access information on overseas contracts and business opportunities through the DIT Business Opportunities portal. Register today to be kept informed about opportunities in your area of expertise. Click Here for More Information


About DIT

The Department of International Trade (formerly UKTI) works with UK based businesses to ensure their success in international markets through exports. For more information visit the DIT website. DIT is responsible for: international trade and investment; helping UK companies achieve their potential overseas through exporting; encouraging investment in the UK by overseas businesses.