Learn what global value chains can do for your business.
(PRWEB) October 23, 2013
ITTC understands that each firm is unique and the best understanding of its needs is held by those closest to its operations. For this reason, this webinar presents alternate business strategies as options that might or might not fit into every business practice. Not every strategy will be relevant to all business; however combining and expanding various strategies is the core of the global value chains.
The first section of the webinar allows entrepreneurs to understand the different global value chain business models, identifying the optimum option for each business. The second section assesses the readiness of the firm to fully take advantage of the selected business model. It will help evaluate operational capabilities and determine whether or not the firm has the “three Cs” necessary for doing business internationally. The third section of the webinar presents various alternatives to optimize in-place global value chains.
Whether selling, outsourcing, investing abroad or entering into a joint venture, there are numerous ways to successfully participate in global value chains. Although this guide concentrates on basic, practical information, it also offers many other resources to develop a customized approach of global value chains.
To support the content of the webinar ITTC offers 55 minutes of interactive webcast (IP Voice) on a very easy to use platform for a maximum interaction; a short vieo and an E-book "Linking in ot Global Value Chains".
Take advantage of a 20% discount if two persons from the same company register.
About the Trainer:
Mr. Miville, Certified International Trade Professional (CITP) by FITT, started in the coffee trade field in 1984, ever since he has committed to promoting international trade through exports, association management and development of the trade industry. Mr. Miville is a recognized trainer and consultant in Canada, Latin America and Africa, renowned for his extensive knowledge in many international trade aspects (export, transport, marketing and financing), for his active participation in trade associations, and for his acquaintance on strategic planning and web marketing. Mr. Miville has developed several training public, private and academic programs and published extensively on these subjects. He has trained several trainers from trade promotion agencies and educational institutions worldwide.
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