The company offers a unique ‘preemptive strike’ against fraud in digital documentation. Developed by AltavionNexStamp in Silicon Valley, the novel technology is called Digital Stamping Technology (DST), and it fills a void in the Digital Signature Standard (DSS).
NexStampUK’s managing director, John Leggett, said: "We're keen to expand our operations into Central Europe and so this Market Visit to Poland has proved to be an invaluable platform to build upon - our thanks to all the UKTI team involved for their motivation, guidance and ongoing commitment.”
Sue Beverley, international trade advisor for UKTI North East said: “Market visits give companies the chance to meet potential partners and customers and to network directly with Government departments and other major influencers. During this visit to Poland we were able to help NexStampUK secure a key meeting with an established document managementarchiving company, based in Warsaw, which has led to an ongoing productive dialog.
“Market visits are just one of the ways in which North East businesses can take their first steps on an export journey. The Exporting is GREAT initiative – where live export opportunities can be searched for and applied for online – is another good way to explore the World of Opportunity that is out there.”
The firm also met with the British Polish Chamber of Commerce which led to valuable information and contact leads at the Ministry of Digitization and the Ministry of Justice, which offer great opportunities for NexStampUK to gain exposure and acceptance of digital stamping technology in Poland.
John added: “The extensive network, professionalism and knowledge offered by UKTI and the British Polish Chamber of Commerce provided great insight and potential for our technology as we start our exporting adventure - regular follow-up is now our aim to maximise the potential.”