Changes to the global commercial environment, supply chains and demand drivers have altered the way we sell and export – potentially forever.
Though we may believe the pandemic mainly led to increased trading at a domestic level, it has also meant organisations have become more strategic and considered in the way they distribute their merchandise.
So how can offshore expansion be tackled in these times of uncertainty? What challenges should you prepare for in the current operating environment, and beyond? What are the opportunities and roadblocks?
Watch our webinar, as our panel of experts dive into the elements key to developing a strong international strategy in 2021, related challenges, opportunities, and long-term considerations once borders re-open.
International Business Strategist, Dearin & Associates
Cynthia is an international business strategist who helps business leaders realise their global ambitions by helping them create tailored international strategies. Read more
Principal & Transactional Lawyer, ANDE + Co.
Nitij supports clients with transactions in highly regulated industries, to ensure they best approach mergers and acquisitions, commercial matters, market entry and foreign direct investment. Read more
Partner - National Specialist Tax, Grant Thornton Australia
Sandra has more than 20 years’ experience in the field of R&D Incentives and Government programs both in Australia and the region. Centred on innovation, Sandra assists company’s access the R&D tax incentive program as well as Government grants and direct funding initiatives. Read more
Partner - Private Business Tax & Advisory, Grant Thornton Australia
Raj has extensive experience spanning assurance, accounting, taxation, consulting and business advisory services. Raj has worked with public companies, international subsidiaries, private companies, family business and high net worth individuals. Read more