Within the ICE Export Lab Sardegna course, Octagona will hold lectures about right methodology to implement an operational export plan
Starting internationalization and export activties is getting more and more important. In the current economic environment, “made in Italy” export is going through a positive phase and the request of Italian products is growing throughout the world: for this reason, companies need to sell their products abroad and to find new ways to start a new export project.
ICE (ITA – Italian Trade Agency), in order to support companies in their export processes and in their management growth path, has launched ICE Export Lab Sardegna, a training course organized in collaboration with the Regione Autonoma della Sardegna, addressed to a maximum of 50 small and medium-sized companies, consortium, enterprise networks and temporary associations of companies. The course, which will last 9 months, will take place in Cagliari and Sassari.
For this reason, ICE has entrusted Octagona (company operating for 15 years in the field of internationalization, accredited by the Ministry of Economic Development for the provision of Temporary Export Management Services) the lectures of “Business Plan” module: the lessons will take place on 23th And 24th June in Cagliari, at Sede della Fiera Internazionale della Sardegna – Palazzo dei Congressi.
In particular, Alessandro Fichera’s lectures (Senior Partner of Octagona) will focus on:
- Differences between internationalization and export;
- The concepts and the values that the company has to transfer to the customer before building a Business Plan;
- Market selection: choice of the variables and the analysis model;
- Business Plan: why and how to use it?
- Practical Case study.
If you want to learn more about Octagona’s operational and training activities, please contact the phone number +39.059.9770184 or the email address [email protected]: we will provide you all the information you need.
Don’t miss this useful opportunity to start export projects in the right way!