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Half-day workshop in London on Thursday, 22 October 2015
According to Accenture, “global cross-border e-commerce will soar to $1 trillion in 2020” (up from $230 billion last year) and will count “nearly 30% of all e-commerce sales”.
This presents a great opportunity for UK businesses to grow their businesses globally and get their share of this global opportunity.
How to localise your e-commerce website for another country
Learn top tips and pitfalls to avoid. Learn how to make your website visible internationally.
How to test an overseas market without spending a fortune?
Learn how to get more traffic to your website right away. Learn an easy way to test new international markets and how to increase the number of sales or leads you get from your website.
How to protect your trademark and intellectual property in international markets?
It can be difficult to know how to prioritise your international IP protection given that it is too expensive to register your domain name and trade mark in every territory. So, it’s essential to be strategic.
Who should attend?
Business owners, business development managers who are looking to grow their business and frustrated by the lack of growth in the domestic market.
Companies who are looking to grow their business globally and sell more of their products and services to international customers.
What you will get:
- How to localise your e-commerce website for another country
- How to test a new market using Google Adwords
- How to protect your trademark and intellectual property in international markets
Who will deliver the workshop?
[bscolumns class=”one_third”]Levent is the Managing Director of TTCwetranslate Ltd, who has been involved in international trade for over 20 years.[/bscolumns][bscolumns class=”one_third”]David Miles is a digital marketing consultant, trainer, and published author. He is the Managing Director of Business Training Made Simple.[/bscolumns][bscolumns class=”one_third_last”]Shireen Smith is a published author and an intellectual property lawyer with over 25 years of extensive practical experience in IP and technology law. [/bscolumns][bscolumns class=”clear”][/bscolumns]
Places are limited. Early bird booking is free until 2 October 2015.
Hosted by TTC wetranslate Ltd in partnership with Ready to supply the City Programme