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Identifying And Engaging Global Business Partners
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  • Lectures 22
  • Length 3 hours
  • Skill Level Intermediate Level
  • Languages English
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Published 1/2016 English

Course Description

This is Part 2 of our three-part series in taking your small/micro business global! In Course 1, you learned the fundamentals of what a global business looks like and some of the ways small and micro enterprises can engage international audiences.

In this course, you'll build on that foundational knowledge by:

  • Focusing on your international brand messaging and delivery
  • Researching specific foreign markets that would be beneficial to your business
  • Understanding the processes and protocols of the lessons through detailed real-world case studies

We look forward to your participation,and get ready for Course 3! After you've successfully completed all the courses, you can take an exam to get a digital badge for you to display on your website or social media profiles (and if you're interested, we can also provide guidance on becoming a Certified Global Business Consultant (CGBP) through the NASBITE organization!).

What are the requirements?

  • We recommend completing Course 1 or have a solid foundational understanding of small business operations

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Identify global business partnerships
  • Engage with potential overseas connections and deliver a mutually beneficial pitch
  • Validate and vet overseas business opportunities

What is the target audience?

  • Entrepreneurs
  • Small business owners
  • Businesswomen looking to grow their business to a global audience

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Curriculum

Section 1: Lesson 1: If You Build It, They Will Come
00:45

If You Build It They Will Come. Welcome to the intermediate level of the Girls Gone Global program! In this lesson, we are going to jump right into discovering how you can build a strong brand and connect with others whose story is similar to yours, or others who just want to know more about you and your unique story.

Lesson 1 Powerpoint
9 pages
Case Study 2.1
Preview
02:56
Section 2: Lesson 2: Who Do You Know?
00:48

Who Do You Know? In this lesson, we are going to look at your connections – locally, regionally, nationally and internationally - and discuss how to turn simple connections into business opportunities.

Lesson 2 Powerpoint
17 pages
Case Study 2.2
Preview
04:15
Section 3: Lesson 3: Create, Create and Innovate!
01:23

Create, Create and Innovate! In this lesson, we are going to talk about innovation. It’s more than just your first business idea or where your business begins - innovation is an ongoing process that you’ll applied to how you grow your business, build your strategy and reach success.

Lesson 3 Powerpoint
11 pages
Case Study 2.3
05:20
Section 4: Lesson 4: ​Create to Collaborate
00:48

Create to Collaborate. In this lesson, we’re going to look a bit more closely at creating mutual benefit including co-branding, cross-promotion and other forms of shared collaboration. We’ll discover that there are always ongoing and new opportunities that you can create for yourself.

Lesson 4 Powerpoint
14 pages
Case Study 2.4
07:36
Section 5: Lesson 5: ​It Pays to Be a Smart Business Owner
00:52

It Pays to Be a Smart Business Owner. There are LOTS of things to keep track of as a business owner and a lot to know. It is so important to understand which professionals you can rely on to give you the right information when you need it. In this lesson, we’re going to dive into some small business basics.

Lesson 5 Powerpoint
27 pages
Section 6: Lesson 6: Pitching, Funding & Mentors
01:07

Pitching, Funding & Mentors. In this lesson, we’ll talk about two of the most mythological topics in all of entrepreneur-dom….pitching and funding! We’ll also talk about the various ways you can connect with the mentors you want and need.

Lesson 6 Powerpoint
25 pages
Section 7: Lesson 7: ​Business Housekeeping
00:57

Business Housekeeping. In this lesson, we’ll go over some basic business housekeeping, including the utilization of the reliable SWOT analysis. This is your guide to keeping an eye on, and things you can do repeatedly, to take the pulse, of your business is performance.

Lesson 7 Powerpoint
20 pages
Section 8: Lesson 8: ​Pitching, Funding & Mentors
00:43

Pitching, Funding & Mentors. In this lesson, we’ll talk about two of the most mythological topics in all of entrepreneur-dom….pitching and funding! We’ll also talk about the various ways you can connect with the mentors you want and need.

Lesson 8 Powerpoint
13 pages
Case Study 2.8
04:25
Section 9: Bonus!
01:04

Learn a little more about how you can use existing tools and games to continue growing your Global Business knowledge!

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Instructor Biography

Leah Goold-haws, As an advocate for Global Entrepreneurship I train, teach, preach and spread the gospel of growing your small business into global markets. I call it “Micro-Global” and it’s part of the Girls Gone Global™ manifesto.

As an advocate for Global Entrepreneurship I train, teach, preach and spread the gospel of growing your small business into global markets. I call it “Micro-Global" and it's part of the Girls Gone Global™ manifesto - where going global isn't just about finding a foreign market to make a sale. At Girls Gone Global - we believe the way to success is about how you “connect, create and collaborate" with other like-minded entrepreneurs around the world. Girls Gone Global is a community for women entrepreneurs with training, support, group interaction and global connections for taking your micro-enterprise to the world.

I've written curriculum, taught courses, produced conferences and led training seminars on the topic of global business and I'm especially interested in growing the opportunities and experiences of women entrepreneurs around the world. With a TEDx presentation on global connectivity, and projects I've created such as the board game, Know Opportunity, being featured in Forbes and Inc. Magazine, I'm looking to grow my network of like-minded women around the globe.

Instructor Biography

Angela Cordell, Global Entrepreneur Business Coach

Angela Cordell has been an entrepreneur since the age of nine – when she spent all summer designing handmade greeting cards then recruited her friends to go door-to-door selling them. After spending 10 years in public relations, working in business development, and launching her own communications company, Angela began coaching small businesses with the potential to become "micro-global" and co-founded Girls Gone Global™. She has authored curriculum that challenges people to change their entrepreneurial mindset as they look for opportunities to grow their businesses and achieve their dreams. Angela's work with Girls Gone Global™ combines her passion for communications, mentorship and women's economic development, offering a raw, realistic and fresh approach to global business.

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