This is the final of the three-part course focusing on building a global brand and business. For the women entrepreneurs taking this course, you'll learn the nitty-gritty of the Global Trade process.
We'll show you, step-by-step, how to:
After you've completed all three courses, you will have the option to gain a digital badge to place on your social media profiles and let the world know you've done the work necessary to be a viable global businesswoman.
Global Market Research. In this lesson, we are going to discuss how to make your market research more in-depth. Research is critical and becomes increasingly more important as your business engagements grow.
Ranking Around the Globe. In this lesson, we are going to talk about how to get an online ranking in another country. We all know rankings are important and it’s a much bigger world than just Google. We’re going to take a look at some of the most popular ways to address this issue as you promote your business overseas.
The 3 C’s In Action. In this lesson, we’re going to look at how this concept, which we’ve discussed extensively in Levels 1 &2, can give you an edge in your global business conversations. Even as opportunities grow and your global business starts to expand, the 3C’s should continue to be a concept that guides you along the way.
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.
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.