05 Jun 2017
Our friends at Edinburgh Chamber of Commerce are hosting a session in their offices on 27 June 2017 on how to grow your business abroad . The event will run from 8.30 am until 10.30 am. Glasgow Chamber of Commerce members are welcome to attend. To book a place email email@example.com
Member rate to attend the event is £10 + VAT
Just spin the globe and you can find an opportunity to sell something, somewhere. Unearthing the right opportunity involves more work but offers fantastic growth potential!
But where do you start?
At this event Simon Harris, professor of international strategy at Edinburgh University Business School and business advisor on international strategy with over twenty years of experience, will give you useful guidelines on how to help you grow your business internationally.
He will cover these three areas:
1. What elements should you consider prior to entering a foreign market?
2. Who should you work with and how can you build relationships in a foreign country?
3. How can you adapt your work organisation in a foreign country?
He will also be joined by Managing Director of Heehaw, Mally Graveson, who will share his experience on how they attracted their first international clients, have overcome cultural differences and made their Edinburgh-based business thrive globally.
More about our speakers:
Simon Harris: He advises small and large businesses and has worked for worldwide renowned brands such a as Mercedes, Nokia and BMW. His main interest is in the different ways that CEOs internationally develop strategies for their firms and their operations in other countries. Particular focus is on who they involve in this development and their relationships with others. He is also a professor of international strategy at Edinburgh University Business School.
Mally Graveson and Heehaw: He is a passionate documentary film-maker, he co-founded Heehaw, a video production company, in 2000 and has been a member of the Chamber ever since. He leads a team of creative specialists dedicated to the craft of filmmaking. Using the power of film, they help our clients connect with their audience to tell their story. He is currently working on The African Witchfinder, a film about witchcraft and mental health in Sub-Sahara Africa, as well as producing and directing several other projects for international clients such as the World Health Organisation, Commando Spirit and Scotland's Innovation Centres.
Non-members are welcome at this event - please email firstname.lastname@example.org to book your place.