Global Business Center


GlobalReach Series

The GlobalReach Series of programs is a series of one-day practical programs to assist suppliers, service firms and manufacturers in developing and refining their global strategy, improving international operations and increasing competitiveness in today's global market. The GlobalReach series of programs is offered indvidually, but also at a special rate when registering for all five programs. Each GlobalReach program is designed to provide in-depth education and high impact. This series of quality international business programming will help companies:

  • Research market opportunities
  • Educate employees
  • Allocate resources
  • Carry out a strategy
  • Hit your goals/objectives for exporting

GlobalReach 2015-2016 Programs

Date Topic Location Details and Registration
July 26, 2016 Globalizing Your Business: Translating Human Resources Downtown Cleveland Campus Details and Registration

GlobalReach 2016-2017 Programs

DATE Topic Location Details and Registration
September 8, 2016 Creating Export Compliance Manual - Case Study Approach West Center Details and Registration
November 17, 2016 Ops Docs and Trans - HS Codes Incoterms Downtown Cleveland Campus Details and Registration
February 23, 2017 Shipping Chemicals and Hazardous Materials: EPA/PGA West Center Details and Registration
April 4, 2017 Exporting Medical Devices Downtown Cleveland Campus Details and Registration
May 18, 2017 Protecting Intellectual Property Rights Abroad for US Exporters West Center Details and Registration


  • Regular Rate: $150.00 per person
  • Early Bird Rate: $95.00 per person - must register at least one week prior to event date
  • Group Rate: $70.00 - group rates apply to three or more individuals at the same company/organization

Sponsored by:

Global Reach Sponsor, PNC

The contributions of our sponsor institutions reflect the collective commitment to help the Northeast Ohio business community remain competitive in the global marketplace.

Funded in part by:

The Small Business Development Centers of Ohio. The Ohio SBDC program is funded in part by the Ohio Development Service Agency (ODSA). All opinions, conclusions or recommendations expressed are those of the author (s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the ODSA. Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities will be made if requested at least two weeks in advance.

The International Trade Assistance Center (ITAC), hosted by Cleveland State University's Monte Ahuja College of Business and funded by the Ohio Small Business Development Center, offers free and discreet business consulting to Small and Medium Sized businesses who want to grow their export sales.

Call us at 216-687-4750; or Email us for additional details