Events and webinars
All upcoming webinars and events are listed here, if you want to look at activities including past events in a specific market, click on the continent symbols above.
Activities from partner organisations
SMMT International Advisory Network
A directory of companies offering services to support British automotive or mobility companies to do business overseas, or to help international companies looking to set up in the UK.
Department for International Trade Internationalisation Fund
DIT launched the fund in 2021 to support SMEs in England with a product or service suitable for export.
Reports and updates
Morocco Automotive Industry
The Moroccan Investment and Export Agency have put together a presentation on the Moroccan automotive industry including success stories from Renault Group and Stellantis.
Direct Charging infrastructure: request for a quotation for the industry charging infrastructure project – a public charging infrastructure partner is required to assist the automotive industry to provide Direct Charging infrastructure. Deadline: 6 July 2022
Previous events and webinars
Egypt’s Automotive Industry Opportunities and Challenges
Virtual, Webinar: 4 July 2023
Join our webinar to hear about the developing sector in Egypt and opportunities for UK firms from an expert panel of government and industry speakers.
Webinar: Opportunities in Morocco
Virtual: 2 July 2020
Listen back to SMMT, How2Go Consulting, Department for International Trade and the Moroccan Automobile and Construction Industry Association (AMICA) sharing an overview of the market and opportunities for UK automotive suppliers in Morocco.
Webinar: Opportunities in South Africa
Virtual: 9 June 2020
South Africa has a significant automotive market and a production base of international OEMs and tier 1 suppliers. Listen back to SMMT, Santander, NAACAM and TMF share opportunities and information about the market including key drivers, barriers and opportunities in the automotive industry as well as touching on the sector’s potential in the African market as a whole.