Is exporting for you?

 

TOUGH times are calling for different approaches to business and Trade Queensland is advising: think export. Globally, businesses are facing unprecedented and extraordinary economic circumstances. In tough times, export might be the right way for your business to reach new markets and to take advantage of global opportunities. A free seminar will cover how to evaluate the export capability of your business, use business diagnostic tools to review your operations; find out more about the support available; and understand export in the current trading environment.
This seminar is the first of five GES modules which are designed to help businesses expand into overseas markets and is suitable for intending, new and existing exporters. The workship program focuses on practical ideas and strategies that can be put to use immediately along with case studies of successful exporters, which are provided throughout the program.
The seminar will take place on April 23 from 9:00am to 11:00am at Lakelands Golf Club. More info at: www.export.qld.gov.au.

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