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From May 8-10, 2019, the Economic Developers Association of Manitoba (EDAM) will be hosting the EDAM Spring Forum in Winnipeg at the Hilton Garden Inn. Our schedule includes professional development training and, seminars.
Selling your products abroad or importing products to sell in Canada can create some logistical problems. Every country has its own laws and restrictions on what can be imported and exported to/from their country.
This seminar is geared towards non-profit organizations. Not for profits can communicate their messages in a more impactful way creating more WIN/WIN outcomes. Gain additional tools to create increased opportunities and successful results
This 3-part knowledge building cluster is part of a collaborative effort of the three levels of government. Combining informative presentations with interactive components will ensure that you are provided with a strong foundation
Are you ready to buy and sell your goods or services outside of Canada? Tapping into international markets can open up opportunities for a business to grow its sales. This seminar will guide you in the right direction to start importing or exporting
As the saying goes “you can’t manage what you don’t measure”. In this seminar, you will learn the leading Key Performance Predictors (KPP) to implement into your sales team so you can have greater visibility and transparency into your sales pipeline.
Pivot Performance wants to see 100% of its clients achieve their goals. In Part 2 of a 2-Part series, building on what you learned in Part 1, you will start to identify key strategies required to achieve your goals
This seminar covers the basic requirements you need to consider when starting your own busines
In Twitter 101, we’ll discuss the best practices in setting up an account for business use. We’ll explore how to use and create lists to help build your audience. We will discuss some strategies on how to use hashtags, re-tweeting and likes to build
Irregular income can come in many different forms such as self-employment, contracting, casual work, fluctuating hours, commissions, tips and even bonuses.