It is a big world out there, and no country, culture, or community is the same. But take heart–recognizing that fact is the first step to expanding internationally.
Even the largest of businesses can create a heartfelt local brand in each of its markets, all while the company’s portfolio continues to grow. Here are a few tips.
The last in our 3-part series on doing business in China, with a focus on how U.S. and foreign companies can establish a physical presence, such as a sales office or factory, in the country.
When deciding on a payment solution, what should you look for to ensure timely, secure financial transactions across borders without paying excessive fees? Consider the following.
Networking is an essential part of any business, and for an online business, networking can be its lifeblood. Here are six international networking tips for an online business to thrive.
In a growing international marketplace, localization can unlock new opportunities—but it’s not something to wade into without some consideration.
As with any journey abroad, in order to successfully expand your business overseas, it is important to chart your course before setting sail. Michael Evans outlines 10 key steps to consider carefully.
Expanding your business abroad is a great way to target new markets and pull in fresh clients, but some business people who want to go international do it for all the wrong reasons.
Biting insects are often a nuisance, but in many places of the world they are also a serious health threat. One company has developed an innovative product that strives to protect at-risk children from insect-borne diseases such as malaria.
As many of the world’s most successful companies come from Asia, U.S. companies would be wise to follow some of their best human resources practices.