A study conducted for the Foundation of Canadian Women Entrepreneurs* by Vancouver-based Service-Growth Consultants, Inc. shed light on six tips to help women entrepreneurs export:
1. Be realistic.
2. Stay focused and plan ahead.
Building a solid business or finding and keeping a great job is going to require a lot more effort during our current economic downturn.
If you want to give yourself every possible advantage, it’s time to expect more from yourself.
Celebrating International Women’s Day, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu’s Council for the Global Retention of Women (GROW) will host a Webcast on Friday, March 6, 2009, featuring leading executives from around the world.
This 60-minute market-driven panel discussion will:
• Explore how the current state of the economy is both a challenge and an opportunity for women and organizations.
The next generation of engineers and innovators will face new challenges and will be called upon to play a vital role in helping solve the world’s future health, safety, environmental and economic problems.
To help prepare these future leaders,
Australia is the host country for a “Women in Global Business” National Seminar Series (refer to Women in Export Program).
Participants will learn about specific opportunities and strategies for building sustainable export programs from Austrade’s highly experienced in-market Trade Commissioners and local case study speakers.