Global Business Research Tools for Canadian Technical Professionals
After participating in this course, you will be able to:
- Understand how to make your way in the global economy
- gather free market intelligence reports prepared by commercial experts
- pinpoint the most promising industry opportunities by country
- review what trade barriers are in place and what regulations needs to be followed
- develop an export strategy and cross-border marketing plan
This course provides a concise overview of leading online global business research tools that can be used by Canadian technical professionals to conquer new markets worldwide. Explore a rich constellation of online and mobile resources that will improve your export planning, international trade due diligence, cross-border prospecting and intercontinental e-commerce.
The presentation explains how to collect statistics on international trade, find new international business partners, access pre-qualified trade leads, review major contract and tender opportunities, meet international buyers who are visiting North America for business-to-business matchmaking, use global trading platforms to discover products and suppliers worldwide and much more.
- Why Go Globala
- World Business Regulations
- Business Incentives
- Guides and Reports
- Trade and Investment Statistics
- Business Networks
- International Commerce Platforms
- Shipping and Duty Resources
- Using Social Media for Cross-Border Prospecting
- Leveraging Google Market Intelligence Tools
Who Should Attend:
Those practitioners involved with international business projects and clients including:
Design Engineers Facility Engineers Engineering Consultants Material Managers Facility Operators Chemical Laboratory Personnel Environmental Scientists Hazardous Materials Trainers
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- Professional Development Hours (PDHs)
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