Georgia State University‘s business school is offering a certificate program to prepare executives for business in emerging markets.

The Robinson College of Business is partnering with the World Affairs Council of Atlanta to equip businesses looking to these promising countries for growth as much of the developed world stalls. The council is affiliated with the college.

The five-day program will take place March 26-30 from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at Robinson’s Buckhead Center. Participants will learn how to define emerging markets and how to craft business models and action plans to navigate them.

Early registration costs $3,450 by Jan. 31 and $3,950 thereafter. For more information or to view the full curriculum, click here. To register, click here


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