November 9, 2017
Course runs from 8 a.m. – 12 p.m. Registration fee includes course materials, campus parking, and catered breakfast.
About the Program
The course will provide business owners, managers, senior executives and directors, VPs, and entrepreneurs in various stages of venture development the working knowledge and practical tools to explore, launch, and develop new business opportunities beyond the firm’s domestic operations. Learn how “going global” happens in various stages, and how the potential success and risks of engaging in commercial enterprise in global markets are affected by a wide range of unique issues that must be expertly coordinated at both the Operations and Strategic levels for the business.
If you work for a firm that is already doing some form of global business, this is an excellent overview and will immediately introduce and address key issues that may have already happened, are currently unfolding, or are “still-to-come” in the future. If your firm is considering an initial move into global business at some level as an extension to your existing business, this is your vital prep course to master these unique issues.
- Importing Foreign Supplies, Materials, Component Parts, and Finished Good
- Exporting Products and Services in Foreign Markets
- Trade Missions: A Good Investment to Open New Foreign Markets
- Joint Ventures, Strategic Partnerships, and Production-Marketing Consortia with Foreign Companies
- Opening a Foreign-based Extension Facility or Subsidiary
- Creating a Foreign-domiciled Entity
- Establishing a Foreign Banking Relationship
- How the Ex-Im Bank Assists U.S. Firms
Dr. David Newton is a full-time new venture consultant, and has been teaching in the Center for Executive Development at Rady since 2013. He formerly taught strategy, finance, and entrepreneurship for 28 years as a full-time professor in the Pepperdine MBA program, UMass/Amherst, and Westmont.
Dr. Newton has consulted to over 550 entrepreneurial firms since 1984, and coaches start-up firms for various venture forums from Silicon Valley to San Diego. He was formerly Chief Economist at Hispanic Business magazine, on the Editorial Review Board at The Journal of Small Business Strategy (1993-1996), and Contributing Editor at both Industry Week Growing Companies magazine (1998-2000) and Entrepreneur magazine (2000-2005). He has authored-coauthored 9 books and over 190 published articles.
In 2008, The Freedoms Foundation of Valley Forge named him its National Leavey Award winner for Excellence in Private Enterprise Education with “Meritorious Distinction”, and since 2004 he has been recognized every year by the Kauffman Foundation as a Master Teacher of Entrepreneurship at the annual Experiential Classroom Symposium.
He has a BS in BusAdmin, MBA in Finance, and a DBA in Entrepreneurial Finance.