With the pandemic cementing Aftercare as a key function to grow and retain foreign investors, this course provides an overall understanding of the why, what and how of post-investment in general and Aftercare in particular.
Growing and retaining foreign investors is as important as attracting. This course provides an comprehensive understanding of the why, what and how of doing this and why Aftercare is a key function of FDI.
This course maps how companies grow and the needs that derive thereof. This insight provides a framework around which to design and deliver services investors need, take up and value. This course looks service examples from all over the world and guides participants to create their own.
Engaging established foreign investors is key to driving long-term FDI. This course maps the different investor profiles, the needs they have and how to design messages and services that are relevant to them.
This course explores what the most common sources of investor discontent are, what can be done to manage conflict, avoid escalation and the different options investors have when it comes to taking legal action.
Divestments and Corporate Exits: what happens when things do not go as planned and when investors decide to leave? This course explores what actions host locations can take to manage divestment risks and what to do when it comes to company closures.
With post-investment growing in importance, it is vital to design post-investment services that help investors and the host economy grow. This course looks at how to set up and manage an Aftercare Unit.
This course looks at the importance of improving the investment climate as a key component of both investment attraction and retention. We will present examples of how to design ongoing dialogue with investors that feeds policy work.
FDI is a yet to become a transformational lever for gender advancement. This course explores emerging best practices in the topic and what could be done to work with foreign investors to foster gender inclusion.