Is your business ready to sell (more) of its services and products abroad? Or perhaps you would like to start doing so in the near future? Then come to this free workshop where you will find out everything you need to know about:
• When is the right time to start planning for international growth
• How to choose target countries/regions
• How to find and keep customers abroad
• What the potential hurdles are to exports and how to overcome them
• What subsidies and help is available for your business to grow abroad
The workshop will be very interactive, with plenty of time during and afterwards to raise any questions you may have.
Lizanne Jakobs will be the speaker at today’s workshop. She has a Master’s degree in International Business Communications, lived in the UK and Spain, and is the founder of Brilliant Work. Apart from coaching SME’s to grow (inter)nationally during the last 11 years, she has a decade of first hand experience in international sales and marketing management in both service and technical industries. Lizanne speaks English like a native speaker and manages to present complex matters in a way that is easy to understand and fun to listen to.
Named best coaching and consultancy firm in the Netherlands for small to medium sized businesses in 2019 and 2020, Brilliant Work helps companies grow within Holland as well as abroad. Their team of expert coaches and advisers are accredited by the Dutch government, as well as several provinces, to help small to medium sized businesses on a subsidised basis. Their experience includes a vast range of sectors, such as pharma, life science, high tech and more.
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We aim to organize this workshop in a live setting and will take all necessary RIVM/national guidelines into account. If a physical workshop is not possible, we will reschedule to a later date or convert to an online session.
This workshop is free of charge. We welcome new contacts, so feel free to share this invite with your network!
As an entrepreneur in healthcare you can have a great product to improve quality and efficiency in healthcare but still have a hard time selling it. The decision to use new technologies is divided between healthcare organisations and professionals, insurance companies and sometimes even patients.