DIT Masterclass: Researching Export Markets
Are you missing out on overseas sales because you don’t know whether there is a demand for what you have to offer? Or perhaps you just don’t know where in the world to start? This invaluable workshop will give you all the information you need to understand the potential for your company overseas.
Of the 2.5 million businesses registered in the UK, an estimated 360,000 who have an exportable product or service mistakenly believe there isn’t a global demand for it. That’s why we are offering this free workshop to help you investigate where in the world you could be exporting to.
About the workshop:
This interactive workshop will provide an excellent introduction to researching overseas markets, including how to identify the most appropriate territories via market selection and advice on how to conduct desk based and face to face research.
Delivered by a market research specialist, this workshop is not to be missed, providing all the information you need to ensure you make the right decisions on where to target your overseas strategy.
By attending, you’ll be able to:
• Understand the key criteria for selecting and prioritising overseas markets.
• Plan, undertake or commission, and report on a market research project.
• Make effective use of the internet and other sources of desk research.
• Plan and undertake market research visits to your target export markets.
• Use market research to gain an in-depth understanding of potential customers and partners.
• Continue to make the most of available advice and support.
Secure a place at this free masterclass today. Please note that our workshops are only available to companies from the East Midlands region, and that your place is not guaranteed until you receive confirmation from us via email.
Note: if you book on DIT East Midlands events and fail to attend on two occasions without letting us know, we reserve the right to refuse to accept bookings from your business in the future.
If you have any other queries, please contact us at [email protected] or call us on 0345 052 4001.