Supporting export decision-making with applied analysis
Trading across borders is vital for many companies to survive and grow. In recent decades globalization, though greater connectivity between nations, improved logistical and supply chain tools and techniques, reduced transport costs, and trade liberalization, have created huge opportunities for export-lead growth.
Identifying however which goods and services can find viable markets in a foreign country is however a daunting challenge facing all companies - especially small and medium firms. And government export promotion agencies are likewise often overwhelmed by the challenges in trading across borders.
In recent years a huge amount of data on trade has become available. This valuable source of information can, if properly analyzed, provide valuable information on business opportunities for exporting.
Therefore, the purpose of this course is to train participants to identify and use this “big data” on trade, to evaluate the potential export opportunities between countries.
The program is designed for:
- Researchers, trade analysts and advisors in companies, government agencies, international organizations, regional development organizations, research institutions, NGOs, social partners, consulting groups, universities
- Those who wish to develop skills in trade analysis and applied decision support modeling and those who want to have a profound understanding of models
- Export / trade facilitation officers
- University students
Each participant receives a certificate of attendance on the last day of the course. Only for those who will complete an additional assignment will receive a diploma. In case you would like to have more information you contact firstname.lastname@example.org