National business with head office in South Australia, behind closed doors, will cast a footprint in the US this year after securing funds from the Department of State Development‘s Export Partnership Program to launch their successful professional development, mentoring and networking model to businesswomen in Florida.
The Export Partnership Program provides funding assistance for small and medium-sized businesses to access new global markets through marketing and export development opportunities.
behind closed doors (BCD) Managing Director, Donny Walford, will attend the International Women’s Forum 2016 World Leadership Conference in Chicago September 28-30 and hold introduction sessions to BCD with in-country facilitator Lisa-Marie Jenkins.
“Competitive analysis indicates that there are no programs as comprehensive as BCD in the USA and we look forward to bringing our offering to the market.” Ms Walford said. “behind closed doors gives businesswomen an experience like no other, the all encompassing membership offers group mentorship as well as access to a community of facilitators and members who become your Sponsors.”
With more than 800 attendees expected at the conference, BCD will have an opportunity to network with influential women from not only the USA, but across the world.
Modifications to marketing and online materials enabling the Australian business to connect with the US market have been put in place, an introduction to BCD session will be held in Florida on October 3, 2016.
For furether information about behind closed doors activities in the USA visit www.behindcloseddoors.com/usa
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