During the recent recession, companies that were selling to foreign markets fared better than those who only sold domestically. Is exporting part of your business strategy? If not, you should look closer into the benefits of exporting and how it can help your business grow and become more resilient to changes in the economy. If you are already exporting, to what new countries will you be introducing your products in 2014?
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SHORT NOTICE - SELLING TO NATO WEBINAR - 23 JANUARY 2014:
Is your company missing out on a $2-4 billion market? Then selling to NATO is a market you should be looking into.
I know this is a short notice but there is going to be a Webinar on Thursday, 23 January 2014 titled "Selling To NATO".
If you have never considered this market place then the following facts might assist you making the decision to research it further:
CLICK HERE for more details and registration information.
NATO is an intergovernmental military alliance headquartered in Brussels, Belgium, with an annual spending budget of US$2-4 billion.
NATO buys a vast range of products and services, not just IT and defense hardware. They procure everything from sponges to consulting services.
NATO is going through a procurement reform; instead of 14 procurement agencies, there will only be three. “Early adapters” will benefit the most.
NATO sales can only be awarded to NATO member countries which excludes China. This gives a distinct advantage to the United States.
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