The BriteAngle team are now back in the UK after a grueling series of trade missions with the Welsh Assembly. In the past month the team has racked up some serious air miles on the hunt for international business and new distribution networks. Covering the Arab Emirates, Scandinavia and Australia, and with plenty of potential business coming as a result of endless meetings and hard work, Melbourne was the final point of call before heading home.


As well as a busy meeting schedule, we attended the Australian Automotive Aftermarket Expo at The Melbourne Exhibition and Convention Centre. Regarded as the nation’s most comprehensive exhibition of automotive equipment, replacement parts, tools and accessories, industry experts updated businesses on the latest technologies available. More than 350 top Australian and international brands were on display at the expo, and it proved a perfect opportunity to build relationships and potential partnerships in Australia.

We were also invited to attend the Australian Automotive Aftermarket Association networking reception. This gave us the opportunity to discuss things a bit deeper with the people that showed an interest in the BriteAngle range during the expo, and although nothing can obviously be confirmed as of yet, there was plenty of interest from many distributors down under.

The team ended the week by organising a photo shoot with a local photographer to capture the BriteAngle in situ on the streets of Melbourne, before making the long flight back home. While the foundations of future business may have been laid over the past month or so, the work now begins to solidify those foundations into long term business relationships, so stay tuned for even more BriteAngle updates in the coming weeks.  

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The ‘BriteAngle’ warning triangle is designed to promote safety by its proper use and does not guarantee that a collision will be avoided or physical injury from a road accident will not occur. Proper use of ‘BriteAngle’ is to place in a visible position in accordance with the road users legislation in the country of use. Following its application all vehicle occupants should vacate the vehicle and take up a safe position away from the road and traffic. Always store the ‘BriteAngle’ in the case provided, failure to do so may result in damage to the product and so affect its performance and condition.