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The Department for International Trade (DIT) South East and ERDF’s ASEAN programme invite you to a masterclass on researching overseas markets to help guide your export strategy and international business development activities.
Overseas market research is considered by many as one of the essential elements of developing a successful export strategy. This one-day masterclass will give you practical advice on planning international market research and finding information, to help you determine the best opportunities for your business. It will also help you analyse market research data effectively, and learn how to identify and evaluate international trade opportunities.
The masterclass will help you:
Places are limited to two delegates per company and must have been trading for a minimum of 12 months. You must be looking to increase your overseas market access. Delegates should be exporters or those new to exporting and is not suitable for agencies or intermediaries for example: translation agencies, web developers/agencies, international business development agencies etc.
General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) notice:
This event is planned and delivered by Newable Ltd as The Department for International Trade’s regional delivery partner for London and South East England. This event is part funded by the European Regional Development Fund’s ASEAN project.
To comply with ERDF funding requirements Newable and ERDF project delivery partners collect and store your registration data for European Commission auditing and project evaluation purposes until 2033 before all records are destroyed.
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