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Could “going global” actually help your association weather the economic climate here in the U.S.?
For some associations, large and small, the answer is yes. For others, establishing an international presence isn’t feasible. And for still others, globalization would be a fundamental mistake that competes with the core mission and goals.
Here’s how to assess the pros and cons for your own association and make a decision that may well decide your future.
Register now for A Globalizaing Economy: Offensive and Defensive Strategies For Your Association Led by Steve Worth and Sherry Karemidas —authorities on nonprofit globalization— this webinar takes you step by step through the most important considerations in deciding whether (and how) to create an international presence.
Clear the confusion over whether going global is right for you. Walk in with questions about budget, entry strategies, specific global markets, pitfalls and the scope of potential opportunity. Walk out with a new perspective based on real-world lessons that you can use to make the right decisions for your organization.
Reserve your space now for the know-how you need to assess the benefits and drawbacks of going global, including:
- Best practices from case studies of other nonprofits’ experiences, and lessons learned from them
- Why going global isn’t limited by an association’s size or budget
- Four association models for responding to the globalizing economy
- Three types of international presence and the advantages of each
- Potential benefits, including using globalization to offset effects of the recession
- Which products and services hold the greatest potential in global markets
- How to identify your own best global markets
- The advantages and limitations of your association’s name in the global marketplace
There’s no better way for you to get the expert insights and association-specific information you need to assess the benefits and drawbacks of operating globally.
Register now for A Globalizaing Economy: Offensive and Defensive Strategies For Your Association
Meet Your Training Team
Steve Worth is senior consultant with Worth Consulting, LLC, where he assists businesses, governments and associations with public affairs, government relations, and strategic planning needs. Steve also has experience designing and implementing strategies to create two world federations of nonprofit organizations, a global educational foundation, a national trade association, and numerous trade and political coalitions. Worth has authored over 100 published articles on globalization and a variety of management topics. He is also the author of The Association Guide to Going Global, a book that examines why going global is critical-and inevitable- for your association's growth and survival. He is also the author of The Power of Partnership, a book that uses a case study to approach to study the best practices of organizations in forming strategic partnerships.
Sherry Keramidas is the chief staff executive of RAPS and has served as executive director since 1996. Dr. Keramidas has an extensive background in basic and clinical research, regulation and global health policy. Her professional career includes work with government agencies, industry and professional groups in the US Canada, Europe, Japan, China, Singapore, Malaysia, Korea, Taiwan, Brazil, Mexico, Saudi Arabia, as well as global organizations such as WHO, PAHO, APEC, IMDRF /GHTF and ICH. She has facilitated several meetings bringing together regulators and industry to discuss emerging science and technology and regulatory gaps and challenges.
Who Will Benefit
This webinar is for trade associations, professional societies, charities and any nonprofit considering establishing an international presence. Attendees who will benefit the most include:
- Chief Executive Officer
- Executive Director
- Chief Financial Officer
- Chief Operations Officer
- International Liaison
Don't wait, register today to get the information you need to develop sound investing policies at your nonprofit!
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