To be a small business in the 21st Century is exciting, a quick scan through any of the large media outlets will feature the major corporations of the world, with their CEO’s in the spotlight. However, what many outlets ignore is that small businesses make up the majority of organizations in the world; they are the driving force behind job creations and innovation in our fast-paced economy. Small businesses keep up with the pace of the market; they are creative and vital to every community. The smaller size of a business may confuse you into thinking that managing them is also simple, you may be right, but managing a small business effectively, so that it reaches its potential is extremely difficult- this course is comprehensively put together and teaches participants new tools and techniques to getting the most out of your small business.
The whole point of marketing is to understand your consumers’ needs and developing a strategy to attract your target customers. This course shows you how to develop a basic marketing plan, and gives you tips on how to execute these marketing strategies, it also sheds light on the other aspects of marketing such as research, types of research and how said research is done.
Getting the Supply Chain Right!
Supply Chain Management affects the flow of your products and services, how they get from A to B- simply put problems in your supply chain can have your brand reputation destroyed, so it’s obviously no easy task to find employees capable enough to be trusted with such an important part of the business! This course elaborates on how you can become more in-charge of your supply chain, including methods to cut costs and to ultimately make your supply chain an efficient part of the business.
- Graduate Students
- Mid-Level Managers / Senior Managers
- Foundations for small business
- Your business idea: the quest for value
- Family businesses
- E-business and E-commerce
- The business plan
- Marketing basics
- Marketing strategy
- The marketing plan
- Accounting and cash flow
- Financial management
- Supply chain management: you better get it right
- People and organization
- The search for efficiency and effectiveness
- Icebergs and escapes
- Going global: yes or no?
For Programme Enrollment & Registration Please Contact:
Dr. Edward Roy Krishnan
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$1,999 per Participant
Upon successful completion of our short-term 2-Day, 3-Day, 5-Day, 10-Day or 15-Day programmes, with at least 80% attendance at the scheduled training sessions, participants would earn the Bangkok School of Management certification. In addition, participant who successfully obtains BSM certification would also qualify for a UK accredited certification, conditional upon
- submission of a 1,500 word essay concretely describing how he/she would utilize what he/she had learned from the training in his/her own job role, at his/her respective organization/company
- pay the assessment and certification fee of $250 USD. The award would be conferred by the College of Birmingham (COB) / School of Business (SOB). The certification will be verifiable online through the official COB, UK website. Please contact your training coordinator for more information.
UK accreditation and certification could be earned for this training, subject to submitting a 1,500-word essay concretely describing how you would utilize what you learned from the training in your current job role, in addition to paying an assessment and certification fee of 250 USD. The award would be conferred by the College of Birmingham (COB) / School of Business (SOB). The certification will be verifiable online through the official COB website. Please contact your training coordinator for more information.