San Antonio to launch Business China Executive Training Program
SAN ANTONIO, TX – San Antonio will launch its first Business China Executive Training Program from March through April of 2008. This program, organized jointly by Free Trade Alliance, International Trade Center, and UTSA College of Business Liu’s Family Foundation, consists of four one-day modules spread over four weeks and are designed to satisfy the business demands of the current qualified mid-career professionals and established companies who wish to develop or expand their business into the People’s Republic of China (PRC). An optional 5th module to the program is a full-day review session for NASBITE Certified Global Business Professional credential that will take place in May.
The booming economy and lucrative trade between China and U.S. created a high demand for business training programs like the Business China Executive Training Program to assist business professionals learn the fundamentals of how to do business with the PRC.
‘The program allows participants to learn about the basics of doing business with China, and at same time, it allows them to assess their ‘readiness’ before they step on a plane, “ Mr. Kyle Burns, President & CEO of Free Trade Alliance said.
The program will be focused on delivering real-world knowledge, management perspective as well as offer the opportunity for program participants to hear first-hand from business leaders who have experience doing business in and with China.
During the course, participants will learn in-depth about the Chinese business culture, negotiation styles, payment and finance options, successful supply chain management skills, and will become familiar with the necessary marketing tools to successfully enter the Chinese market. Attendees will also be prepared to earn their NASBITE Certified Global Business Professional credential.