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Export Success Webinar: How to Effectively Sell in International Trade

Published by Laura Pixley

November 19, 2015

Export Success Webinar:  How to Effectively Sell in International Trade

Webinar Description:  

International sales is significantly different than selling domestically.  With over 200 culture, four generations and people having different personality styles to navigate, business professionals face an increasingly complex and highly challenging international sales environment. Something as subtle as using "culturally appropriate" body language could mean the difference between gaining or losing a sale.

This webinar will unlock the cross-cultural secrets of international selling providing you with a competitive advantage and increased sales success in the global marketplace.

Who should attend: Sales and business development professionals interested in increasing their sales effectiveness. 


Presenter: Bill Dennis, B. Comm., MBA, CSP
Training Session: How to Effectively Sell in International Trade
CME Members participants $ 30.00 + applicable taxes
(Use promo-code:  CME1119)
Non Members participants $ 40.00 + applicable taxes 

Upon completion of the webinar you'll receive: 

- electronic copy of the presentation
- link to the webinar recording

Registration is now open for the following dates, space is limited:

November 19th 2015 - 11 am - 12 pm (EST) - Click here to register

For more information about this training webinar and for upcoming FITTskills sessions contact:


Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters
Global Business Services - Export Success Program 
Emiliano Introcaso, National Program Manager 
Tel: +1 905-672-3466 x3255 


Sponsored by Export Development Canada.

Special thanks to our promoting partners: Forum for International Trade Training (FITT); Mentor Works Ltd.

Additional Information

Location: Webinar
Time: 11am-12pm
Cost: $30.00 for CME members, $40.00 for non-members

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