Global Channel Management Workshop (ESDM5)
Venue: M Hotel
|Event Date/Time: Jul 14, 2011||End Date/Time: Jul 15, 2011|
|Registration Date: Jul 13, 2011|
|Early Registration Date: Jun 10, 2011|
The post-Lehman Brothers economic landscape continues to be uncertain, what with the European sovereign debt crisis made worse by natural disasters in New Zealand, China and now, Japan. After a 9 Richter Scale earthquake and a 30-metre tsunami, the fallout from the Fukushima nuclear facility is still ongoing. Yet on the other hand, the emerging economies of Asia ex-Japan are powering ahead. Aggregate Demand-induced inflation is rearing its ugly head leading to countries like Singapore bringing its exchange rate policy to unprecedented levels to head off imported inflation. China has been tightening its money supply to rein in inflation and the runaway property price bubble. One sure way to mitigate oneâ€™s business from these vicissitudes of both man-made and natural disasters is to spread out oneâ€™s markets to even out any overwhelming dependence on a specific market. The imperative to achieve a global market footprint is no more an option! It is â€œsustainabilityâ€ itselfâ€¦
Competing with the world players
Are you constantly finding it a daunting challenge establishing markets across the world starting with Asia?
Do you find it hard to select and motivate your distributors owing to the lack of understanding of cross-cultural differences?
Are you frustrated with working so hard but not getting the result or worse, not getting the expected result owing to geopolitical reasons beyond your control influencing the markets?
With the workshop leaderâ€™s deep understanding and experience in Channel Management over more than 35 years and in all the major continents, this 2-Day hands-on workshop aims to equip you with invaluable market knowledge, tools and workable tips to enter the competitive export markets. Packed with real life case studies, in-depth sharing of insights and techniques, this practical workshop will help you avoid the pitfalls in channel management and thus deliver the expected performance to shareholders.