Training Programs

  • Feasibility of International Trade

    Examines the critical steps to determine the feasibility of potential international trade initiatives. Market research, analysis of organizational readiness, cost analysis, and risk analysis are all required in order to decide if a concept fits with a company’s strategic direction and improves the bottom line of an organization. Risk analysis then leads to the development of strategies to mitigate identified risks.

  • International Market Entry Strategy

    Examines the factors of new international ventures success, incl. research market entry options, analyse these options, and then select the entry strategy and strategic partnerships for their needs, intercultural competence, organizational code of ethics and comply with the applicable local and international laws.

  • Products and Services for Global Market

    Addresses the necessity of products and services may require modification due to regulatory, legal, cultural and client requirements. that may impact the cost, product design, packaging, labelling, product testing, and service delivery. It requires strategies to maintain a competitive edge when adapting or customizing products and services for an international target market.

  • Global Value Chains

    Examines the primary activities of Distribution and Inventory Management, and the supporting activities of Document Management and Procurement, which are integral to international trade logistics systems within the global value chain in order to implement strategic business management decisions that minimize costs and risks, and maximize international business potential.

  • International Sales and Marketing

    Emphasizes marketing as key in ensuring an organization’s product or service is seen to fit the needs and interests of an international target market. While marketing can create the demand, an effective sales strategy is essential to profit from this demand. This course details considerations an organization must make when promoting and selling products and or services beyond its domestic borders.

  • International Trade Finance

    Emphasizes marketing as key in ensuring an organization’s product or service is seen to fit the needs and interests of an international target market. While marketing can create the demand, an effective sales strategy is essential to profit from this demand. This course details considerations an organization must make when promoting and selling products and or services beyond its domestic borders.

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