Published on 17 Sep 2014
i2i Events and UKTI Present:
UKTI - UKTI’s e-Exporting Programme - What we can do to help you export digitally
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Ed Donald, e-Commerce and Omni-Channel Specialist, UKTI
Neil Tunbridge, Digital market Place Specialist, UKTI
Autumn Fair 2014 - 03-03
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Ohio University’s MBA program offers this Online MBA Education Infographic about the rise of the online MBA degree. With over 6.7 million students enrolled in online education, a Master of Business Administration is the #1 most popular online graduate degree offered by 355 accredited programs.
Many people believe that online degrees don’t carry as much weight as an on-campus degrees, but 77% of academic leaders say that online learning is of equal quality or better than “Face-to-Face” learning. For part-time students, it takes about 3 years to complete an online MBA.
For those three years of schooling, annual earnings for new MBA holders rise by about $40,000 a year than those with just bachelor’s degrees. Most people (96.4%) choose an online MBA because they can go to school and while still working.
Throughout the year I’m asked about What’s New, What’s Hot and What’s Next. This is one of the reasons why we’ve created the [What’s New in Marketing“ updates, to give a monthly summary to help people working in marketing and using digital technologies see the latest developments which really matter. So much of what’s discussed daily in digital marketing is useful or interesting, but just noise.
In this review I will focus on the major trends which we think will be significant in 2013. What’s “significant’? These are marketing activities where we expect to see the most increased investment and focus in 2013. The activities will gain the funding since they will have the biggest impact in creating additional leads and sales and strengthening brands. It doesn’t focus on the latest new E-commerce technologies and marketing techniques, I will create an additional post on this.
Published on 8 Sep 2014
UK companies can take their brand to the world with UKTI’s e-Exporting Programme.
UK Trade & Investment’s e-Exporting Programme is the next generation of export support, helping UK retailers and brands accelerate their global growth through online channels.
Through the e-Exporting Programme, UK companies can gain access to millions of consumers all over the world looking for British goods.
Today’s fastest growing sales channel for accessing consumers are e-marketplaces, with familiar UK brands such as Burberry, Karen Millen, Marks and Spencer, Barbour and Fred Perry already trading through these platforms.
UKTI’s e-Exporting is the first and only programme of its kind to fast track the setting up of brands on these e-marketplaces and position UK brands at the forefront of international e-commerce.
In this video, hear from representatives of the British retail sector such as Matthew Williamson, Neal’s Yard and Cheaney Shoes sharing why they believe the future of global growth is through e-exporting.
Find out more at https://www.gov.uk/e-exporting
UK companies in the luxury, consumer and retail sectors should follow @UKTIRetail (https://twitter.com/UKTIRetail) for the latest information.
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