Feasibility of International Trade

Determine whether new trade opportunities are viable, and if the potential benefits outweigh the risks and costs.


Feasibility of International Trade

Determine whether new trade opportunities are viable, and if the potential benefits outweigh the risks and costs.

Feasibility of International Trade

Ensure the success of new international ventures by knowing and following the critical steps. Improve your bottom line by properly analyzing your organizational readiness and correctly identifying promising opportunities.

Learn how to

  • Decide whether new international opportunities are viable by conducting thorough research and analysis
  • Make smarter decisions by assessing your organizational readiness for new international trade initiatives
  • Find the best potential import and/or export ventures for your business with effective market research
  • Ensure your company remains profitable by conducting cost-benefit analyses for importing or exporting potential products and services
  • Mitigate possible risks by developing and implementing strategies and activities to monitor and manage them
  • And much more
What you'll get
  • Feasibility of International Trade eBook, which includes unit-based exercises to help you study (the related answers are also available for download)
  • Guiding notes to facilitate tracking of key concepts
  • Case studies offering real-life examples to help you study and prepare for important business situations
  • Sample examination questions to demonstrate exam format and help you practice for your final assessment
  • Mobile-friendly courses: access and download all course materials, including your eBook, for easy reading on the go!
  • You’ll build international trade competencies to help you compete in today’s integrated global marketplace
  • This course offers you a choice between completing an online multiple-choice examination or completing a final project. The choice is yours!
Completing the Course

You’ll have up to three months from the date you register to work through the course at your own pace and take your exam or complete your project. The exam is offered online in a multiple-choice format.

FITT’s standard online refund policy applies to all FITTskills online courses.

What people are saying
This course demonstrated the different aspects that could affect products and services. In one country a product might be fantastic, but in another it could be a major failure, depending on how well you did your research about the country and the need for your product there.
Adrian Skowron, CITP|FIBP, International Trade Advisor, Livingston International
FITT courses are very well designed with a practical approach to every aspect of trade and business. This gave me a better understanding of the policies and procedures that I came across during my professional journey.
Kiran Sharma, CITP|FIBP, Job Cost Administrator, AECOM
The training offered by FITT is well tailored to the needs of the global trade industry. I encourage all my colleagues, as well as international trade practitioners and business development officers in the private sector, to take this training as it really makes a difference.
Claude Gendron, CITP|FIBP, Deputy Director, Aerospace Team, Global Affairs Canada
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