We currently run the following online training courses. Please contact us if you would like to discuss your training needs. We aim to meet your requests with flexibly.
In this online course, you will learn key aspects of effective and efficient international business development. Due to the spread of the coronavirus, more efficient and effective business development that can be realised remotely is needed more than ever.
The most important point in business development is to quickly grasp the overall picture of the market and build the key network in the market. In this course, key points such as where to start, what kind of information should be collected, what kind of approach should be taken to increase the success rate of securing an (online) meeting, or how to prepare effective presentation materials will be explained. All of these are the basics of business development, however, they are the points that are hard to grasp and this will be an opportunity to learn and review what needs to be kept in mind while undertaking business development. You will be able to put the knowhow learned in this course into practice in various situations.
Lecturer: Yuki Yoshida PhD, Director
This programme offers a series of courses that will teach you essential skills you need to manage projects in developing countries. Each course is reviewed by an experienced Japanese expert who has undertaken various project management work in more than 30 developing countries and is tailored toward Japanese companies. This course is designed to enable you to apply what you learn from the course into practice immediately.
COURSE 1: Preparing Contracts
This course allows participants to understand the process of effectively and efficiently preparing contracts to ensure value for money, improved services, and appropriate relationships.
It is easy to overlook the importance of preparing contracts because it appears to be a boring, mundane task. Contracts, however, are the basis of most business relationships and contract preparation is a critical skill for most executives. If contracts are well prepared, business relationships will flourish. If they are not, companies may face financial loss, relationship harm, and damaged reputations.
Furthermore, because contracts are made with vendors, employees, customers, and partners these agreements must be prepared carefully. In order to effectively do this, it is necessary to understand the small details and pay attention to the cultural nuances between the East and West because this usually has a significant impact on outcomes.
Lecturer: Richard Oshowole, Senior Adviser