European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), in partnership with the EU’s Support for Further Sustainable Agriculture and Rural Development in Turkmenistan Project (SARD III), will organize training session called Export Practice and Procedures for New Exporters on 09-10 October at Ashgabat’s Yyldyz hotel, EBRD announced in a press release.
Two-day training workshop, according to the bank, is designed to guide new exporters in how to develop concrete export strategies and access foreign markets, where to obtain market information and how to achieve export competitiveness.
The course will be delivered by Jonathan Ian Walden, Principal Advisor, Customs and Trade Facilitation, at Crown Agents. At the end of the training session, as said in the event’s invitation letter, the participants will be able to improve their understanding of export opportunities for small and medium enterprises (SMEs), learn about steps for a company to undertake in order to export successfully, and use the acquired knowledge and skills in exporting goods and services abroad and entering new markets.
Application process for participation in the training workshop lasts till September 23.