Export Workshop: Setting up New and Sustainable Foreign Revenue! - Escanaba
9:30 am - 11:30 am
Growing revenue through foreign buyers is attainable, but EVEN BETTER NEWS...developing a strategy is manageable and can be done with confidence. Ignite the brainstorming process and gain some insights on how to make export opportunities turn into real, sustainable sales.
Who should attend? Any company representative responsible for ensuring "export readiness." This includes existing exporters who are strategically approaching additional foreign market considerations. Also, managers looking at how to integrate in-house staff in the exporting process.
Presenter: Laura Deierlein, NASBITE Certified Global Business Professional (CGBP) and President of SPROUTwide LLC.
The workshop will be held at the Michigan Works! Service Center, 2950 College Ave., Escanaba, MI, 49829.
Making the Most of International Trade Shows Workshop - Escanaba
9:30 am - 11:30 am
Participation in an international trade show can be one of the most productive ways to discover opportunities in a foreign market. There is no replacement for meeting and having first-hand contact with serious, potential clients from around the world. IS YOUR COMPANY READY?
This workshop covers:
How to identify opportunities as well as hurdles
Knowing when, how, and why to exhibit
Key Actions for effective planning of pre-show and post-show management
Resources to help with research and making connections
Planning earning goals and expectations
Upcoming trade delegations organized for Michigan companies
Eligibility for grants to help pay for international marketing expenses
The workshop will be held at the Michigan Works! Service Center, 2950 College Ave., Escanaba, MI, 49829
The workshop is offered at no charge but registration is required!
Networks Northwest Cyber Security Summit - Traverse City
8:30 am - 12:30 pm
Small businesses are not immune to cyber and Malware attacks. In fact, they a re just as much at risk as large corporations and government organizations, if not more so. Certain types of cyber attacks are evolving at a pace that outstrips the development of many defensive measures, and small business owners need to be aware of how to protect their business and employees from becoming easy cyber targets. Networks Northwest’s Cyber Security Summit will address areas of concern and action for small business owners.
The Summit will be held at the Northwestern Michigan College University Center, 2200 Dendrinos Dr., Traverse City.
There is no charge but registration is required.