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Trade Access Programme (TAP) grants are available for companies wishing to exhibit at CBME Shanghai in July; and Kind und Jugend in Cologne in September, advises the Baby Products Association.
The trade association, which acts as a Trade Challenge Partner (TCP) for the Department of International Trade (DIT), has been apportioned a limited number of grants of £2,500 for the trade show in China and £1,500 for that in Germany and these will be allocated in line with DIT’s edibility criteria to encourage new exporting.
Robert Anslow of the Baby Products Association explains: “Applying for a TAP grant is very easy and all of the information required and forms can be downloaded from the website at www.thebpa.eu . Companies wishing to exhibit at either of these trade shows, should download the booking forms from the association’s website and return this together with the TAP application form to Simon Anslow for CBME Shanghai and Adrian Sneyd for Kind und Jugend.”