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Developing International Trade: Online Virtual Workshops

Date: August 16th, 09:00 - September 17th, 17:00

Join this programme of 2 full day workshops to learn about setting up and internationalising your website, Search Engine Optimisation (SEO), choosing the most relevant e-marketplaces, fulfilment, taxation and selling through social media.

Sign up for this programme of 2 full day workshops to develop your knowledge on how to sell internationally online.

Funding through the Enhancing SME’s International Trade Performance ERDF Project will enable you to work with our expert in a small group of no more than 12-14 delegates.

The workshop will be divided into interactive sessions, each of which will help you to understand the key issues and to build your online export strategy:

Day 1

  • Setting up/internationalising a website incl. SEO and marketing
  • E-commerce incl. process automation and fulfilment
  • Use of e-marketplaces

Day 2

  • Cybersecurity, hosting and domain strategy, and payment solutions incl. foreign exchange strategy
  • Social media as a sales platform

Dates

The second programme will be held on:

  • Monday 16 August, 09:00 - 17:00
  • Monday 23 August, 09:00 - 17:00

The third programme will be held on:

  • Friday 10 September, 09:00 - 17:00
  • Friday 17 September, 09:00 - 17:00

Matthew Buccelli

Presented by: Matthew Buccelli - International Marketing Consultant

Matt is an experienced international marketing consultant and facilitator, based in Berlin, Germany. Since 2015 Matt has been working with Kinetic Cubed, an international trade development consultancy based in Manchester, to support British SMEs in developing their e-commerce export capabilities. Matt works with clients across a wide range of market verticals, with a particular emphasis on e-commerce strategy, email marketing, SEO, and website optimization.


For further information and to register your place contact:

Joan Baron, ERDF Project Coordinator
E: ERDFinfo@tradenw.org
T: 0161 237 4219

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