Corporate International Business Training Solutions


Want to know how we can help make you or your company more competitive in international markets? We’ve organized all of our corporate international business training solutions and resource options into the following categories so you can easily determine the best solutions to meet your specific needs:

Global Business Environment provides a comprehensive overview of key aspects of global business in the 21st century. Whether the participant is looking for general information, is seriously considering getting involved or is already participating in global trade, this course provides important information on the key elements of the global business environment. Learn more

International Market Entry Strategies - When starting an international trade venture, companies select a target market and develop a marketing strategy that they think will encourage their target customers to buy. However, for the best chance of success, a company must first use the most effective way of getting its product or service into its target markets. Each country has different market, business, economic and regulatory conditions, and these variables mean that a method for entering one market might not be suitable for another. Learn more
 
Global Supply Chain Management introduces an essential component of international trade: managing an international supply chain. Global supply chain management enables companies to manage the flow of goods, information and finances among international networks in the most efficient manner. To ensure that customers are satisfied with the product, price and service, companies must effectively manage their supply chains. This means minimizing costs, reducing waste and preventing over production. Learn more

International Trade Finance provides an introduction to an important but poorly understood element of international commerce: trade finance. Payment, risk mitigation and financing, as well as access to timely information - about both the financial flow and the flow of goods and services - are all areas of concern for both importers and exporters. Learn more

International Marketing introduces an essential component of international trade: effectively marketing products and services in the global market. Advances in technology, such as the Internet and telecommunications, now allow small- to medium-sized businesses to successfully pursue international marketing. How do these companies achieve a sustainable competitive advantage in the global market? Profitable companies have researched their target audience - they know who they are, what they need, what they believe and what they are prepared to buy. Learn more

International Trade Research introduces an essential component of conducting international trade: researching international markets. International trade research enables companies to identify and gather the information they need to make effective decisions about when to engage in international trade and which markets will be the most profitable. It also enables companies to avoid potentially costly trade and investment mistakes. Learn more

International Trade Management provides an introduction to the issues, strategies and techniques that are essential to the management of companies operating in a global economy. Technological, economic and political changes have created a new, increasingly integrated, rapidly changing and highly competitive international environment. Such conditions require diverse and adaptable skills from those who direct the fortunes of today’s firms. Learn more

Legal Aspects of International Trade (LAIT) introduces the audience to the intricate international legal framework that enables individuals, businesses and governments to successfully and legally exchange goods and services across borders. Through cooperation between private enterprises and intergovernmental organizations, the international community has already lowered trade barriers around the world. The work of harmonizing the legal frameworks and trade agendas of individual nations through treaties, conventions, agreements, model laws and effective methods for dispute resolution continues. Learn more