Exporting can do so much for your business – your company could become a global name, reach new markets and rake in large profits. That’s why we’ve set up Export Web Week, in partnership with the Midlands Engine and the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF). Join us for a week of webinars and 1:1 meetings designed to give you the tools your business need to achieve global success.
Whether you’re new to exporting or you want to expand your exports further, we have training sessions suitable for you. With a total of 25 sessions over 5 days, there are lots of exciting opportunities to fast track your export learning. So what kind of things can you expect from the action-packed week? Learn how to successfully tackle new markets, how to increase your sales, or simply how to get started on your export journey. These are just a few of the insights you can get from watching a webinar.
But what is Export Web Week? It’s a fun-filled series of training sessions from 16th – 20th July. The clue being in the title, all the sessions are online so you can participate from the comfort of your office, home or even whilst celebrating England’s World Cup win (fingers crossed).
If you have lots of things to do and can’t make the sessions when they’re live, don’t worry – as long as you sign up before the event takes place, you’ll be sent a recording of the training which you can watch in your own time. And the best part about it? All the webinars are completely free to watch – now that really is an offer you can’t refuse.
We’ve got many exciting fast track sessions planned, from learning the export essentials, to a Twitter chat about our ERDF funded SME international growth project. There’s also the opportunity to chat 1:1 with market experts in countries including Slovakia, the Czech Republic and France. This week of activity will give you lots of tips to expand internationally and get your cash flow motoring.
Access the full list of webinars here. Which ones will you sign up to?
For more information on how to get started with exporting, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 0345 222 0159.