To celebrate the launch of the Rural Export Center (REC), the International Trade Administration is offering three FREE introductory, one-hour webinars.
- July 28 – Website Globalization
- August 11 – Customized Market Research with the Rural Export Center
- August 20 – Market Research Skills
Whether your company is small and new to exporting or large and global, these informative webinars will demonstrate immediate actions you can take to grow your company internationally.
July 28, 2020 at 12 pm (MT)
Join us to learn simple things you can implement to drive more international traffic to your website. This webinar will provide practical information to help make your website more internationally friendly. This webinar will help you:
- Incorporate simple, free web content changes
- Consider the pros and cons of different domain strategies
- Increase web traffic to your website via SEO
- Avoid common mistakes
Special guest speaker: Bruce Eaton, Founder and Creative Director of e10, a Minneapolis based strategic branding and web development firm.
Customized Market Research with the Rural Export Center
August 11, 2020 at 12 pm MT
Every company has research needs and REC is ready to help with yours. Through customizable research and trainings via the RAISE Program, you can learn to proactively approach a new market. You will learn:
- How to get customized country and industry specific research for your company
- How to use the research to connect with new prospective partners overseas
- How to leverage grants to defray the costs of research
- How other rural exporters have benefited from research services
Hear from experienced exporters Jay Schuler and Jon Engelstad on how they found success in using RAISE Research Reports.
International Market Research Skills
August 20, 2020 at 12 pm MT
Market research does not have to be expensive or difficult. There are free, publicly available, easy to use tools to help you begin your market entry strategy.
Attend this webinar to learn about:
- Researching your industry and worldwide trade flows
- Common export compliance cautions
- Free market intelligence websites
- Find out where to go for more in-depth market research
Contact: Robert Queen,
US Export Assistance Center