Training: Internationalisation Track
This track provides business support actors with the latest know-how and resources on how to navigate SMEs seeking to scale and expand to foreign markets. It acknowledges the key benefits and critical hurdles in stimulating and guiding the internationalisation of European companies.
In today’s global economy, companies of all sizes are establishing their operations in foreign markets. With the global market as an important source of growth for companies, stimulating the internationalisation of European companies is critical. Especially support for SMEs in market assessment, R&D capacities, regulatory environments, and partnership building topics are high demand support needs.
The training track is tailored to the specific needs in internationalisation support among EU|BICs. It leverages the diversity of the EU|BIC community and the ecosystems they operate in and covers the broad range of internationalisation activities among EU|BICs.
Module 1: To know practical tools and methods to assess the maturity level of client companies to go international
Module 2: Learning from different tools and projects implemented by BSOs to help startups to go international
Module 3: Getting deeper knowledge of key international markets and relevant partners
Business incubation/ acceleration professionals looking to reinforce their knowledge on supporting their early-stage and scaleup client companies in their mission to scale their operation by expanding to new markets abroad.
The training is open to Certified EU|BICs, EU|BIC Associates and non-members.
In this key training track, participants increase their knowledge and hands-on skills in:
– Internationalisation methods and tools to prepare scaling startups for their next step
– Go-to-market assessment strategies
– Market-specific knowledge and concrete steps on how to access markets in China, US, Latin America, and Africa
– Negotiation tactics for potential new business partners
The Internationalisation Track is free for Certified EU|BIC and EU|BIC Associate members.
Enrollment for non-members is priced at €149,- (excl VAT) which allows access for two members per organisation. Non-members enrolled in the training, can apply for full reimbursement of the admission costs if the organisation applies for a membership (Certified EU|BIC or EU|BIC Associate) within six months from the start date of the training.
More information & REGISTRATION
The training will be delivered online. The track consists of three modules of two-hours each and is offered in November 2021.
Members who would like to enrol can register here by clicking on the 'Register Now' button here below, before 29 October 2021. Non-members are welcomed to contact Ruben Carrandi (EBN) via firstname.lastname@example.org to complete their registration.
About EU|BIC Training
Designed for a changing innovation ecosystem and workforce
Since many years, EBN in collaboration with the EU|BIC community teaches a series of training for business innovation leaders interested in strengthening their contribution to the development of their regional innovation ecosystems. The goal of our hands-on learning journeys is to provide a step-by-step overview of the tools, resources and best-practices boosting business continuity and the delivery of the highest-quality support services.
EU|BIC Training Tracks is a training series, organised by EBN and the EU|BIC community. It empowers those who seek to lead their organisation through the growth trajectory offered via the EU|BIC Certification and its membership services. The complete Training Track programme allows participants to build their skills and capacities in topics covering the full spectrum of the incubation chain.
The training programme is designed for practitioners who want to find out more about the processes and values that underpin the global EU|BIC community, and who seek to access the foundational knowledge and resources necessary to improve and expand your client service offering portfolio.
Each track connects you with innovation ecosystem partners and focuses on increasing capacity to deliver on what matters for your region, sector expertise and specialisation.