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Welcome to the ITC Market Analysis e-Learning Platform. This is the home page where you will find a list of various market analysis courses that have been developed especially to assist Trade Support Institutions (TSIs) and business people from Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in developing countries to plan and to implement export strategies by applying different market research techniques and using ITC's online market analysis tools.
Self-Learning Courses are free online courses. You don’t need a username and password.
Wide range of interactive training materials to learn how to use Trade Map, Market Access Map and Investment Map: video tutorial, Powerpoint presentations, exercises, quizzes, user guides... Start »
Programme for Building African Capacity for Trade (PACT II)
Tutored e-Learning Courses are managed by the ITC Market Analysis Training Team. Access is restricted to participants attending a customized training programme. Registration are only open to specific beneficiaries depending on the technical assistance projects. For more information, please download our capacity building programme brochure and contact us directly at email@example.com.
This training programme has been developed to assist trade support institutions (TSI) and SMEs exporters to identify attractive markets for their product and carry out an in-depth market research for a selected target market.
Sponsored by South Africa's Department of Agriculture, Forest and Fisheries (DAFF), this custom-designed training programme aims at reinforcing market analysts'capacities to identify attractive markets and prepare market profile report. Start »
This custom-designed training programme aims at assisting market analysis trainers delivering training workshop on ITC's Market Analysis Tools. Start »
Sponsored by CIDA, the 2010 Trade Leaders Program selected 3 outstanding individuals...grounding in the fundamentals of trade related analysis. Start »
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