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Going Global

Today, even the smallest businesses have global opportunities, from international sourcing and manufacturing to sales and fulfillment.

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If you're an entrepreneur trying to expand your business into new markets, the key to success is to build relationships before you build revenue. Here are tips to successfully grow a global startup.
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doing business in Mexico
Filed In: Operations
Mexico is the 13th largest economy in the world. Despite publicized problems, it is growing and so are potential opportunities there.
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Filed In: Going Global and Operations
Don't let fear of exporting stop you from finding out more about expanding your business overseas.
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baby holds small globe
A relatively new term is being used to describe businesses that launch, not in their domestic market as might be expected, but rather overseas in a foreign market.
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modern-china
Filed In: Manufacturing and Industries
Companies worldwide have outsourced manufacturing to China, and opportunities still exist despite rising labor costs. If your business is ready to take the plunge, here are four key points to consider.
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business-in-China
Filed In: Going Global and Operations
China today is full of incredible business opportunities for American entrepreneurs, but there are risks. Reduce these risks with a methodical approach to sourcing in China.
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green-coke
Filed In: Going Green and Operations
The beverage giant introduce some environmental initiatives to help reduce the impact of plastic on the planet, including its new product Coca-Cola Life.
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puzzle
Filed In: Going Global and Operations
In a lot of ways, the information technology revolution hasn't really begun for many smaller companies as it has for larger ones. But a good multi-disciplinary consultant can help you identify opportunities you...
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Tim Devaney - Tom Stein
After a dismal 2011, the franchise industry is poised to pick up next year… or is it?
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The rise of online services like Elance and Guru allow businesses to pay less -- sometimes MUCH less -- for a variety of services. But, as usual, there's a catch.
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Sam Thacker
By  | Filed In: Finance
Printing more money won't create more jobs. What we need to do is recognize that our economy has changed forever and learn how to adapt.
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Want to make a Gen Y worker happy? Don’t give her a raise, just let her use her own smartphone.
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Tim Devaney - Tom Stein
Neither would we, but that hasn’t stopped Friendly’s from trying to sell them.
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Keith Girard
By  | Filed In: Going Global and Operations
A fifth-generation family-owned small business in Baltimore is a microcosm of what's wrong with the U.S. economy.
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Keith Girard
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A fifth-generation family-owned small business in Baltimore is a microcosm of what's wrong with the U.S. economy.
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Tim Devaney - Tom Stein
The chain trades hot subs for a hot mess in what an expert calls "one of the biggest restaurant collapses in American history."
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By Joan Voight |  Filed In: Going Global and Operations
If your company wants to crack the growing Chinese market, it's best to travel there first. Learn what you need to know to organize a smooth trip.
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By Joan Voight |  Filed In: Going Global and Operations
If your company wants to crack the growing Chinese market, it's best to travel there first. Learn what you need to know to organize a smooth trip.
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Wells Fargo Senior VP Richard Weeks talks about how to tell the economy still stinks, banking in branches vs. online, how banks can help you manage expenses, and what small businesses is thinking...
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Susan Wilson Solovic
The Institute for the Economic Empowerment of Women's (IEEW) Peace Through Business program provides entrepreneurial education for women from Afghanistan and Rwanda.
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