Small Businesses Entering International Markets

EXPANDING HORIZONS: A Workshop for Small Businesses Entering International Markets

Ladlas Prince is active in attending this workshop regularly and appreciates Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC) for making this available for the public. We appreciate the knowledge sharing and the opportunities we have gained to support fellow small businesses entering the Sub-Saharan Africa market.

OPIC holds this workshop, EXPANDING HORIZONS: A Workshop for Small Businesses Entering International Markets, multiple times and in multiple cities every year. The workshop is an opportunity to learn about the OPIC and other federal and local resources available to help American firms take advantage of international opportunities for their business.

OPIC experts discuss the financing and insurance products it makes available in markets including Africa, Latin America, Asia, Eastern Europe, and the Middle East and in industries like renewable energy, housing, health, agribusiness, tourism, services, franchising, and more. Trade specialists from other agencies including the U.S. Department of Commerce’s U.S. Commercial Service and the Small Business Administration’s Office of International Trade participate and are available to talk about their programs that support exporting. In addition to presentations, the event makes available one-on-one appointments for attendees to meet directly with presenters to discuss specific needs.

For more information and to register for future workshops, please visit OPIC’s event website, For more information about OPIC or to receive the latest OPIC news, please visit OPIC website,

Ladlas Prince can help you with your housekeeping in entering Sub-Saharan Africa market
  • Helping you to assess your true posture for international exposure
  • Helping you to fine tune your accounting systems for your international move
  • Helping you to speed up your research time for the available and applicable leverage
  • Helping you with soft landing by conduct no BS evaluation, deployment and integration across the pound
  • Helping you with Turnkey Management Support (TMS) that incorporates local technical and cultures without losing the western operational best practices you believe in

Sub-Saharan Market Entry


2010 – Present