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MEDC & IBT Online Webinar Series

April 13, 2020

MEDC & IBT Online Webinar Series

The MEDC has teamed up with IBT Online to share experiences and expertise on grants for online business development tools to help companies reach global markets during these times of social distancing.

MI-STEP grant reimbursements have increased from $3,000 to $6,000 annually for website localization and improvement requests related to company promotion in a foreign market. Website localization costs are also now eligible for up to 75% reimbursement, up from 50%, now through 9/30/20.

Business Development Websites

Thursday, April 16th
10:30 a.m.

Join the webinar and learn from Alyssa Tracey, Director of International Trade at MEDC, what the MEDC's International Trade team is doing to help Michigan companies. Grants and funding are available today, notably to support innovative solutions for small-medium size businesses.

David Yancho, VP of Michigan-based Armor Protective Packaging, will share his experience with the Michigan Online Global Programs to gain online success in Canada, Mexico, China, and India.

IBT Online experts will then look at how online business development tools can help mitigate the effects of these difficult times.

In this webinar, experts will discuss:

  • Best-practice, optimally localized business development websites
  • Be found, be understood, and be easy to do business within your target markets
  • Is eCommerce now a must-have?
  • Staying close to existing clients
  • Michigan Online Global Program and grants
  • Case studies - how companies are using online tools today

Come join the conversation!

Can't make it? Don't worry! Register and we'll send you a recording.

Mark your calendar for the next webinar in the series:

Business Development Online Marketing

Thursday, April 30th
10:30 a.m.

Save your spot by registering today!


For more information about the MEDC International Trade Program
visit their website or email [email protected].
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