In order to become competitive within global export markets, it is essential for any business to have access to all the resources that can assist with improving knowledge, skills and export management readiness.The CRT Export Management Development team will offer training and advisory services to businesses with a firm ambition to export. Our trainers will be available to support exporters, as well as export advisors.
“Export growth is important because of its effect on internal trade and economic stability. Even more, the rate of economic growth and the distribution of income and wealth in a country are closely related to export growth.”
CRT’s Global Services Network connects trade in services stakeholders around the world and disseminates vital trade in services intelligence.
IT & IT-enabled Business Services has seen rapid growth in relative importance vis-à-vis the traditional Tourism and Transport sectors.
International tourism accounts for roughly 30 percent of global trade in services. For many developing countries, tourism is far more important than this global average figure suggests.
Logistics, transportation and distribution are a vital key area of international business, a solid understanding of these industries and how they are effected by for example fuel costs through political and economic volatility can be seen in many recent instances such as events in South America.
Consumers’ expectations of brands and products are continuing to evolve, the old dynamic had consumers demanding products at high volume, high performance and for less money, all without a compromise on quality.
The CRT's work in this sector aims at improving the quality and quantity of fruits and vegetables exported by developing countries.
Pulses and seeds are a base staple food supply for countless millions of people globally, and many underestimate how the current economic, political and geographic climate causes a massive reduction in both production and trade annually.
The value chain describes the full range of activities that firms and workers do to bring a product from its conception to its end use and beyond. This includes activities such as design, production, marketing, distribution and support to the final consumer.