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Enterprising exporters recognise that the key to success overseas is the development of close working contacts with successful businessmen/women in the market place. With industrial development in many non-OECD countries now reaching record levels, exciting new opportunities are appearing for British companies prepared to devote time, care and resources to exploiting them. BOND has been designed to help them do just that by identifying and establishing influential business contacts.

The British Council has seen clear evidence of the success gained by British companies through the participation of overseas executives in such work placement programmes as the CBI Scholarships Scheme and PIP, as well as through the Joint Industrial & Commercial Programme (JICAP) which has been running successfully for eight years in conjunction with the Know How Fund.

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