International Trade Secretary Dr Liam Fox visited Kettle Collective in Edinburgh to discuss the UK Government’s future trade policy post-Brexit and support for Scotland’s growing exports.


The Secretary of State visited Kettle Collective, a world class innovative architectural firm which has won a series of prestigious awards since starting in 2012, including The Queen’s Award for Enterprise in International Trade. Kettle Collective exports 96% of its work, with overseas sales growth of 450% over the last three years designing flagship projects in countries including Oman and the United Arab Emirates.


Kettle Collective Managing Director, Colin Bone said:
“It was a great honour to welcome Dr Liam Fox to our studio and to discuss government plans to help support exporters as an international economic department.”

International Trade Secretary, Dr Liam Fox, said: 
“Companies like Kettle Collective show the best of Scottish innovation, establishing itself as one of the world’s leading exporters of architectural design with huge overseas sales growth driving its success back in the UK.”


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