New Global Business Professor Platform Aims To Help Auto Industry Professional Accelerate Expertise

New Global Business Professor Platform Aims To Help Auto Industry Professional Accelerate Expertise

Subscribers can select from thousands of free- and fee-based tools to achieve rapid learning, including online on-demand seminars, audio interviews, courses, reports, white papers, live online seminars, as well as participating in discounted public events and in-house workshops.

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GlobalAutoIndustry.com
, a leading global business intelligence source for the automotive industry, has announced the launch of Global Business Professor, a new premium online education subscription service created to help busy professionals and business students accelerate their global business expertise.

“With Brexit uncertainty, potential trade wars, intellectual property infringement, tax and transfer pricing issues and other daily challenges, business professionals need to fully understand the impact these international issues have on their job and on the company’s bottom line. Finding solutions and learning how to implement this knowledge is where Global Business Professor helps these busy professionals,” said Ron Hesse, chairman and CEO of GlobalAutoIndustry.com.

Hesse added, “By bringing together great educational and informational content from leading practicing experts from around the world, along with partnering with leading educational brands and training companies, we provide subscribers with a one-stop resource to help them accelerate their global business expertise.”

Subscribers can select from thousands of free- and fee-based tools to achieve rapid learning, including online on-demand seminars, audio interviews, courses, reports, white papers, live online seminars, as well as participating in discounted public events and in-house workshops.

Automotive industry professionals can visit the Global Business Professor information and registration page here for more information.

Editor’s note: GlobalAutoIndutry.com also is a content partner to our sister publication, aftermarketNewsGlobal.com.

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