The Export Advisor Program is a year-long service providing custom assistance to help your company kick start or improve your strategy for export growth.
Our expert advisors provide a systematic approach to help grow your export business. Because our approach is customized to each business’ unique needs, participation is limited to 8 – 10 companies per region.
This program can help you stay focused on your export goals without taking time away from your core business activities. All you need is a desire to succeed! To utilize the benefits of this program, it is highly recommended that your company meets the following minimum standards for participation:
Following your online registration and completion of post-registration required tasks, you will participate in an assessment call to determine if the Export Advisor Program can meet your needs.
Our Export Advisor Program Will Help Your Company:
Learn Fundamental Strategies to Support Your Business:
Wayne Batwin is an international management consultant, based in Boulder, CO, and has more than 40 years of experience in international food and agriculture research and policy, marketing and market development. Mr. Batwin has directed 160+ international studies on the trade and investment opportunities and strategies for successful market entry in 46 foreign markets in Asia, Latin America, Europe, North America and Africa. From 2006-2010, he was Director of the Agricultural Trade Office at the U.S. Consulate in Shanghai, China.
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