Develop the skills necessary to put your business in new global markets. Reach your business’s goals by developing a global business plan, and conducting international market research while understanding the nuances of cultural, legal, political, and regulatory differences. Learn how to evaluate opportunities, manage market entry challenges and develop new sales. Learn how you can evaluate supply chain options to achieve the best solutions for international business and learn how to keep a business financially sound by developing a financial plan, understanding optimal methods for payment and pricing, assessing financial risks, and taking steps to mitigate those risks. These self-paced, CGBP Exam Prep modules are also a great way to ensure your readiness to sit the CGBP Professional Examination. They are tailored to address every aspect of the CGBP Practice Delineation, and they have each been independently reviewed to ensure quality..
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Global Business Management
Supply Chain Management
Modules can be purchased individually at $275 USD. The CGBP Exam Prep bundle, which includes all four individual modules, can be purchased in a bundle for $799 USD (see below) representing a 27.4% discount.
If you purchase one module for $275 USD and later decide to purchase the CGBP Exam Prep bundle, the three additional courses will receive the 27.4% discount. Your final price for all four modules will be $874.25 USD (this credit and/or any other discount codes to be applied will be evident during the checkout process).
Note that if you need to drop/cancel a module that has been paid for, you may request a 90% refund (10% cancellation fee) up to 5 days from the purchase/start date provided you have completed less than 10% of the course content.
These modules have been independently reviewed by NASBITE Certified Trainers (source documents below)..
“Christopher Chaidez is a recent graduate from Bradley University. His degrees are a B.A. in International Business and a B.S. in Marketing (dual degree). Christopher also minored in French and is naturally fluent in Spanish. ”
“Nicole oversees World Trade Center (WTC) Utah’s operations and national resource program. She administers grant awards for small businesses to expand internationally with a focus on trade promotion. Her work consists of recruiting, coordinating, and managing businesses at international trade shows, international outbound trade missions, and independent international activities. She wanted to become a Certified Global Business Professional (CGBP) to increase her international knowledge, help businesses realize the importance of international trade, and further her global career.”
“Kevin Litz has been involved in, and passionate about, international trade for decades. After living overseas during his college years, Kevin pursued a career as an international lawyer, international business consultant, and university professor.”
“Sabrina feels the CGBP credential demonstrates her expertise to her clients, which has encouraged many of them to begin exporting to new markets for the first time. This is the accomplishment she is most proud of, as she loves to watch the small businesses grow. She is looking forward to continued success advising businesses as a leader in her community.”
“I am honored to have the opportunity to share my years of training and experience with others who are interested in advancing their international business careers. The focus of BK Export Consulting is to help companies become more competitive in the international market, have a profitable and rewarding experience, and avoid the 'pitfalls' of international trade.”
“One of the most important lessons Bryan has been able to take away from his career in global business is the importance of attending the NASBITE national conference in order to build and maintain strong networking relationships with other CGBP experts. Bryan’s goal for the future is to continue assisting international exporters and importers by building greater networking opportunities in and from Alaska.”
“Alex Viva is a Certified Global Business Professional who received a dual-degree MBA/MED from IESE Business School in Barcelona, Spain. Alex is an International Business Development Counselor at The North Carolina Small Business and Technology Development Center, at NC State University.”
“Laurie Wolff is a CGBP with a passion for trade training. "I'm trying to bridge the gap between businesses, government services providers, and the educational institutions that prepare future workers, because all three have shared interests. Identifying those areas of intersection and connecting businesses with government assistance programs is part of what I do with my CGBP.”