29 Aug 2017

New workshops available – helping businesses take off around the world!

Business Gateway Forth Valley, in conjunction with Scottish Development International, has launched a series of workshops that will help local businesses increase their market share overseas.

The monthly seminars will take place in Stirling, Falkirk, and Clackmannanshire, and will cover key topics for any business that is looking to export and attract international custom online.

The six-month programme is open to all local businesses and includes:

Preparing to Export Introductory workshopWednesday, September 27th @ Business Gateway Clackmannanshire, Alloa Business Centre, Alloa

How to develop an international digital strategy Wednesday, October 25th @ Falkirk Stadium, Falkirk

Online Marketplaces: Your shop window to the world Wednesday, Novemvber 29th @ Business Gateway Stirling, Stirling Enterprise Park

Online security and fraud prevention with international trade Wednesday, January 31st 2018 @ Business Gateway Clackmannanshire, Alloa Business Centre, Alloa

Attracting international customers using SEO and social mediaWednesday, February 28th 2018 @ Falkirk Stadium, Falkirk

To book please click on the link for each individual workshop.

If you like to discuss the program of events contact a Business Adviser at your local office:

Stirling – 01786 498 643.

Falkirk – 01324 804 533.

Clacks Р01259 208 630.

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