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IMC SoCal "Let’s GloCal” from Southern California IMC USA: Your First Worldwide Business Springboard
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IMC SoCal

2/5/2016
When: Friday Feb. 5, 2016
7:30-9:30 AM (Pacific)
Where: BDO Offices Los Angeles
1888 Century Park East, 4th Floor
Los Angeles, California  90067
United States
Presenter: Constantinos Stavropoulos, CMC® and Jerry Savin, CMC® FIMC
Contact: Jerry Savin
(310) 229-8947


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A 2 hour combination virtual and live international
event hosted by the IMC USA Southern California
Chapter

LET’S GLOCAL!

Friday, February 5th, 2016

7:30 am – 9:30 am (Pacific)

BDO Offices Los Angeles
1888 Century Park East, 4th Floor
Los Angeles, California  90067

BEFORE Jan 19th 
$70 (USD) Members IMC USA, IERG, ICMCI
$90 (USD) Non-Members

AFTER Jan 19th
$80 (USD) Members IMC USA, IERG, ICMCI
$100 (USD) Non-Members

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YOUR GLOBAL REACH WITH LOCAL LINKS

For the first time worldwide: A 2-hour Virtual and Live Session.

Hosted by IMC USA Southern California Chapter.

 

Your Springboard for International Business

 

 

 

Springboard for Learning

Learn from Key International Panelists

Getting Smarter

 

Springboard for Development

Connect, Link and Shape
Business Possibilities

Getting More Involved

 

Springboard for Collaborations

Explore, Pre-discover and Recognize
Collaboration Opportunities

Getting More Business

 

Your Springboard for International Development

1. How do you engage in international business opportunities?

2. How do others engage you in international business opportunities?

3. What are your 3 key learnings from performing international projects?

4. How do you market and fulfill your international project need?

5. How do you target market your service offering internationally?

 

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SESSION 1:

 

“SHOW-TELL-SHARE”

 

A blended mix of 10 Panelists show, tell and share an international project/assignment example.

 

 

 

Our Panelists (Prime International Players)

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See Profiles here

 

Panelist Affiliations

 

 

IMC USA

ICMCI

CMC Global Institute

IERG

 

1. How do you engage in international business opportunities?

a. How do you find an international project?

b. How do you staff it and execute it?

c. How do you build collaborative relationships?

d. How do you establish local linkages with other collaborators?

e. How do you honor your collaborations/alliances with other service providers?

2. How do others engage you in international business opportunities?

a. How do others find and attract you for their project need?

b. How do others approach you for their service offering?

c. How do others negotiate, agree and collaborate with you?

3. What are your 3 key learnings from performing international projects?

a. What key success factors are at play?

b. What benefits and returns can be gained?

c. What pitfalls and risks should be avoided?


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Our Program (Session 1)

10 Short Panels

5 mins total per Panelist

For Each 5’ Panel:

30’’: Host introduces Panelist

3’: Panelist shows, tells, shares

1’: Short Q&A

30”: Hosts and Panelist recap learnings

Panelists briefly describe one international project or assignment example, by focusing on how they found it, staffed it and executed it. Panelists also share how they built relationships, established glocal linkages and honored alliances. Finally, Panelists share 3 most important key learnings.

 

 

SESSION 2:

 

“CONNECT-LINK-SHAPE”

 

Panelists and Participants explore, pre-discover and recognize business opportunities for potential cross-border collaboration

 

 

Your Springboard for Opportunity Discovery (“Combinatory Play”)

 

Your Springboard for “Connecting-Linking-Shaping”

My Project Need

My Service Offering

Our ‘Pre-Matches’

1. How do you market and fulfill your international project need?

a. How do you search, find and invite for matching service offers?

b. How do you pre-match and ‘match make’ your project need with service offers?

c. How do you ask for referrals to fulfill your project need?

d. How do you network to create awareness and interest for your project need?

2. How do you target market your service offering internationally?

a. How do you search, find and attract equivalent project neds?

b. How do you pre-match and ‘match make’ your service offering with potential project needs?

c. How do you ask for referrals to market your service offering?

d. How do you network to create awareness and interest for your service offering?


Join the conversation about this topic at our LinkedIn group,
 The Institute of Management Consultants USA.

 

Our Program (Session 2)

 

 

 

Opening: Hosts introduce serendipitous opportunity discovery model and game rules.

Section 1: Hosts present grouped project needs and selected participants briefly talk.

Section 2: Hosts present grouped service offerings and selected participants briefly talk.

Section 3: Hosts present initial potential pre-matches and selected participants briefly pre-match project needs with service offerings.

Recap: Hosts recapitulate session outcomes.

Close: Hosts present follow-up program and participants express interest for the initiative.

 

Your Hosts

 

 

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