Increasingly companies are including in their business growth strategies a marketing plan specifically focused on the local multicultural market since this market segment is now so large in the USA and Canada.
The multicultural market in the USA is a $3.4 trillion market and it is a $1.0 billion market in Canada. It is growing quickly in both countries.
Having a good multicultural marketing plan is often not enough to be as successful as possible winning business from different cultures.
What is lacking is that companies are not providing members of their sales force and/or distribution channels cultural sensitivity training focused on selling to people from different cultures.
Bill’s commitment is to provide the highest level of intercultural understanding, insights, and information to clients.
Without customized cultural sensitivity training focused on selling, it is very likely that a sales person or distributor will try to sell to culturally-different prospects in the only way they know how–namely how to sell to people from their own culture. Without cross-cultural sales training, the sales person or distributor is virtually trying to sell “culturally blind”.
We enhance the value of this seminar by incorporating in the seminar the highly regarded Cultural Comparison Tool that has been used by 75% of the Fortune 500 companies. This intercultural tool enables clients to see where they will have significant “cultural gaps” with individuals from one/more specific countries and recommends the adaptive behaviors they should use.
Complimentary Post-Training Support
For our clients who have asked us for a customized seminar, we provide complimentary post-training support to make sure they achieve the highest possible ROI from their investment in cross-cultural training from our company. Specifically: Implementation Coaching; Monthly Cultural Events Report; and Cultural Profiles.
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