Are you wanting to break into a new market this year?
Evaluate your readiness and receive personalised, practical information to make that happen.
We’ll evaluate what you currently know about the market and how to engage with clients there.
This service is for companies based in the UK actively wanting to break into a new international market in the first quarter of 2021.
This service can be adapted for any sector.
No previous international sales experience is necessary for companies to benefit from this.
New Year, New Market includes:
Analysis of current company situation and preparedness
Analysis of internal resources available to highlight areas of strength and weakness in the team(s)
Cultural information relating to the new international market that are of importance for dealing with clients in this area
Practical steps to follow effectively engage with the new market, including potential pitfalls and how to avoid them
The New Year, New Market service takes only 5 working days to complete from receipt of all necessary information from the company and initial meeting.
How does it work?
This service will be available until the end of January at the introductory price of £3,550.
The final price for February and March is £5,550.
Get a head start and book your place now.
Those who book before the end of 2021 will receive my ebook “7 Steps to International Negotiation Bliss” as a complementary gift.
What clients say about our work:
“the support provided will help build respect and trust, and ultimately sales will help build respect and trust, and ultimately sales”
“I truly believe the experience will help deepen relationships with companies we have struggled to relate to in the past providing us with more opportunities. Definitely recommend to any SME's looking to widen their horizons!”
“Kellie takes the time to really understand your business and needs in order to personalise her approach to what will help you the most. Her knowledge of international business relations is unmatched and she really opened my eyes to how small changes in communication can make a real difference.”