01 Mar Training establishing international exporting standards
Two new exporting schools are helping exporters lift their training and skills so they can trade on an equal standing with their competitors. Penny Harding reports.
It’s a lot easier to be a ‘fairweather’ exporter – economic conditions over recent years have been gentle on Kiwi companies wanting to give it a go. But in the tougher environment of 2009, those with export skills will find them valuable. Two new exporting schools in New Zealand will help take the ‘hit and miss’ out of trading overseas.
Ian Walton, vice president of aviation and logistics at ATRAX Group New Zealand…
Published: Bright, Feb/Mar 2009