The ‘Be Legally Savvy in your Business’ Workshop Series
This is the final workshop in our new series on Being Legally Savvy in your business.
Workshop 5: Globalising your business – what you need to know
About this workshop
Considering doing business internationally? Any company looking to go international needs to do its due diligence first. In this workshop you will learn about the following topic areas:
How do I expand my business internationally?
Am I legally ready to go global?
How do I understand the target market?
What is my go-to-market strategy?
How do I build a team?
What are the rules around doing business overseas?
Professor Retha Wiesner, WiRE Program Director, Institute for Resilient regions, University of Southern Queensland.
With over 25 years experience in major transactional and project work across a wide range of industries, John heads the firm’s International practice. Equipped with a nationally significant practice in competition law, merger control, energy (gas and electricity), utilities, regulated industries, resources, TMT, transport, agribusiness, intellectual property, life sciences and administrative law; and a strong understanding of the government sector with considerable experience in privatisation and state transactional matters, John is valued for in depth knowledge, and practical application.
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The “Be Legally Savvy in your Business” workshop series is brought to you by McCullough Robertson.
McCullough Robertson is an in-kind partner of the WiRE program.
McCullough Robertson is an independent Australian law firm with more than 350 staff spread across four offices in Brisbane, Sydney, Newcastle and Melbourne. Operating for over 92 years, they work with major Australian and foreign owned corporations, financial institutions, governments and high net worth individuals. Their legal specialists combine their experience, technical expertise and imagination to deliver commercial, practical and tailored solutions.
Their Community Partnership Program (CPP) is a framework through which they promote and embody their firm values, facilitating sustainable economic, social and cultural change in areas of the community most in need. They take a long term approach to investing in their communities and, true to their nature, focus their efforts in areas where they can bring all of their resources to the table in a shared value approach.