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International Business Coaching Gives Australian SMEs The Edge

02.10.2017 Collins Rex
International Business Coaching Gives Australian SMEs The Edge

Building on its extensive education experience, the ECA is proud to now offer an International Business Coaching program: a bespoke offering for Australian businesses that need specialised, hands-on-assistance to achieve their international business goals.

Building on its extensive education experience, the ECA is proud to now offer an International Business Coaching program: a bespoke offering for Australian businesses that need specialised, hands-on-assistance to achieve their international business goals. 

This new program will give SMEs affordable, time-efficient access to one-on-one support from international trade experts, and also from those who have put in the hard yards and are now willing to share their years of experience, warts and all!

The program is a one-on-one business matching service that aligns the specific needs of an individual company with the services of an international business expert, including industry professionals, academics, or successful exporters eager to share the secrets of their success.

Companies can select from a list of available international business coaching topics, including international business marketing, navigating free trade agreements, and developing an international sales pitch. They can also nominate subjects of their choosing to tailor the experience to their individual business needs.

Companies are matched with an International Business Coach of the highest calibre, who will provide specialist advice at a very reasonable rate. ECA Business Members also qualify for a substantial discount, and the ECA manages the entire process.

Maximising the program’s flexibility, the program can be conducted-in person or through distance learning.

For further information on the ECA’s new International Business Coaching Program, visit http://www.export.org.au/skills-development/business-coaching or contact Collins Rex at collinsrex@export.org.au.

Interested in one of the ECA’s public workshops? Visit http://www.export.org.au/courses/index.html

 

*This article was first published on page 39 of Winter 2017 International Business Today Magazine.


 

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