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Atlantic Canada’s Online Global Programs Online Regulatory Compliance And Security To Grow Your Sales, Brand, And Business Globally
November 10, 2020 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
ATLANTIC CANADA’S ONLINE GLOBAL PROGRAMS
ONLINE REGULATORY COMPLIANCE AND SECURITY
TO GROW YOUR SALES, BRAND, AND BUSINESS GLOBALLY
TUESDAY NOVEMBER 10TH 2020, 11:00 AM (AST)
Atlantic Canadian Companies – this webinar is for you!
The Atlantic Provinces and Government of Canada have put together an innovative training and funding program to help you leverage online tools to grow your sales, exports, brand and business globally.
Join us for the third in a series of webinars that will detail:
The Atlantic Canada Online Global Program
Grants and available funding
Online Regulatory Compliance and Security
Join us to explore online business development tools and how to use them securely and in compliance with international regulations.
International websites and online marketing are no use to your business unless you comply with online security and regulations.
Regulations may appear daunting but we can help to make sure your company can be found, understood and do business securely and in compliance online.
Our third webinar in the Atlantic Canada Online Global series focuses on online regulatory compliance and security.
Insights and opportunities:
The Online world – an overview
Data – who owns it and why
Security – from SSL Certificates to Back-ups
Online regulations from Canada Anti-Spam to GDPR
GDPR – General Data Protection Regulation details
SPAM, Hacking, Phising…
Back-ups, Servers and international hosting
The Atlantic Canada Online Global Program
Case studies – how companies are using online tools today
Best practices, take-aways and live Q&A
Polls and surveys:
Attendee participation and feedback.
The presentation, polls, survey and lots more to grow your exports, sales, brand and business internationally.
IBT Online works with you to deliver the Atlantic Canada Online Global Program – Website Localization and International Online Marketing for Canadian companies.
Meet the Atlantic Canada Online Global Program experts:
Executive Director at Nova Scotia Association of Community Business Development Corporations (CBDCs)
As CBDCs, we assist in the creation of small businesses and in the expansion and modernization of existing businesses by providing financial and technical services to entrepreneurs. Financial assistance is available in the form of loans, loan guarantees and equity financing to existing and aspiring entrepreneurs. Business counselling, help & advice is available to small businesses. We help businesses to succeed and therefore we give high priority to the advisory role of our mandate. Erinn is the Program Manager for the Atlantic Canada Online Global Program.
Chief Content Officer, IBT Online
Susanna serves as Chief Content Officer at IBT Online. As such, Susanna is involved in all aspects of content used in effective business online tools, from content creation to content optimization for search engines and online marketing. Recognizing the importance of content for building brand awareness and sales, Susanna helps companies to ensure their online presence is working hard for them.
Online Business Development Manager, IBT Online
Samantha works with companies that are looking to increase their international presence. By understanding their routes to market and their international business objectives, Samantha helps steer the company towards the appropriate online tools that IBT Online offers. At home in North and South America, Samantha is an expert in the international world.
IBT Online provides website localization and international online marketing services to help companies grow their exports, sales, brands and businesses online globally. Our Online Global programs (website localization, international online marketing and website management) makes sure your company gets found, understood and is easy to do business with across international markets.
The Atlantic Canada Online Global Program is delivered by the Nova Scotia Association of Community Business Development Corporations and supported by the Government of Canada and the four Atlantic Provinces through the Atlantic Canada Trade and Investment Agreement