In this course, participants will understand the geopolitical
business environment, examine trade and investment trends and policies and the
digitalisation impact on internationalisation.
At the end of this module,
participant will be able to:
- Identify the different issues and skills required for business activities with an external element be it manufacturing to sell to an overseas buyer as opposed to purely domestic sales, provision of services domestically as compared to doing business with overseas partners including provision of professional services as well as differences when expanding operations via local investments/ acquisitions versus overseas investments be it greenfield, portfolio or M&A
- Understand how geopolitics such as US-China trade war etc results in prohibitions and other restrictions that business should consider where to engage in business and with whom
- Understand the broad overview on the various tools that governments have provided to business to tap on to make the internationalization journey easier as well as provide a competitive edge for our business.
- Understand the rising competition by countries to provide facilitative and advantages market access or investment regulations as part of overall push to tap on shrinking FDI from developed countries.
- Join the dots and be aware of the skills and related subject expertise that they would require in their company – leading to the setting up of a clear trade compliance team for companies large enough to sustain this and for those that are not large enough to do so, how to prioritize skills required amongst employees and the various tools government has put in place to help these skill acquisition as well as assistance provided possibly by TACs in helping members
16 hours of face to face learning
Facilitating the internationalization journey
Skills required to make the most of this journey
Impact of digitalization on internationalization
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Ref No.: SB230015