The British Exporters Association (BExA) is an independent national trade association representing the interests of the export community. Established in 1940 as the National General Export Merchants Group, it became the British Export Houses Association and then in 1988 adopted the name of British Exporters Association when it recruited manufacturing companies as members.
BExA was pleased to welcome Greg Hands, Minister of State for Trade and Investment, to the BExA annual lunch at the Mansion House on Monday 10th October. The Minister addressed the 220 attendees to provide an overview of the aims of the new Department for International Trade.
A comment by BExA Co-Chairman, Geoff de Mowbray, has featured in a GTR article entitled 'UK exports surge, trade gap narrows following Brexit vote'. To view the full article please click here.
BExA Annual Lunch
Mansion House, City of London – Monday, 10th October 2016
Membership is open to all companies and other organisations resident in the United Kingdom who export goods or services, or who provide assistance to such companies in the promotion and furtherance of export activities.