Second Cohort of UK SMEs chosen to become Commonwealth Export Champions

Second Cohort of UK SMEs chosen to become Commonwealth Export Champions


26 exciting new British businesses selected for prestigious programme.

i-genius – as part of the CommonwealthFirst programme – is delighted to announce that the second cohort of Commonwealth Export Champions has now been selected. Representing various regions of the UK and business sectors our new Export Champions underline the depth of innovation and quality that the UK SME sector has to offer the world. Cohort products and services include; aircraft protection covers, turbines that capture air movement into automotive energy, online services for mental health, automated drone servicing platforms, as well as hydroponics and three dimensional crop production.

Along with our first cohort new Export Champions will benefit from access to high-level networking and introductions, training, mentoring and tailored trade missions – with Malaysia and Nigeria in the pipeline to be confirmed later this year.

Lord Marland, Chairman of the Commonwealth Enterprise and Investment Council, said ‘This programme is a wonderful way of demonstrating both the ingenuity of British businesses and the huge opportunities in Commonwealth markets. We hope these companies will serve as ambassadors for other UK businesses looking to trade internationally.”

The second cohort selected is:

ADC Limited
Air Covers Ltd
Barrnon Ltd
Birmingham Airport
Brandon Medical Co Ltd
Breaking Free Online Limited
Capture Mobility
Cognitiv+ Ltd
Crop Intellect Ltd
Dawson Shanahan
Gaist Solutions Limited 3Dnovations
Hopkins Catering Equipment Ltd
James White Drinks Ltd
Phoenix Dynamics Ltd
Playdale Playgrounds Ltd
Rakusen’s Ltd
Saturn Bioponics
StadiArena Ltd

The businesses are selected based on their ambition, their innovation and the impact that they will have across Commonwealth markets.

Applications for the third cohort of UK SMEs will open in spring, however, we are accepting on-going applications:
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