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2016 Going Global Series - Part 2: Assisting Clients with Developing and Implementing an Effective International Business Plan

Content Partner:  WLEc and Business Counselor Institute
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Description: While companies can globalize their businesses without a formal plan, it is recommended that management invest the time and effort necessary to develop an international business plan.  While all plans will differ depending on the company, its products and services, and the key purposes for conducting business outside of the US, an international business plan will typically include a comprehensive analysis of global competitive conditions and the current status of the company and then set out strategies for using foreign markets and resources as a way to improve performance across all the company’s business functions and activities.   
As a global business counselor, your input into the international business planning activities can be crucial and involvement is a great opportunity for you to become a key member of the globalization team.  In this second program of the 2016 Going Global Series, you will learn the purposes of an international business plan; fundamental issues in international business planning; the steps in preparing and implementing an international business plan; the structure, focus and contents of the plan; and how to draft and implement the plan.

Alan Gutterman is the author of Going Global: A Guide to Building an International Business, 2016-2017 ed.  as well as other Thomson Reuters publications and the Westlaw Business Transaction Solutions database.

Practice Areas: Business Organizations & Contracts, International Law & Global Trade
Online Media Type: Audio
Production Date: 11/29/2016 12:00 PM EST
Level: Intermediate
Category: Standard
Duration: 1 Hours, 0 Minutes
Online Format: Live

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