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Why my backpack is like Air Force One: international is a necessity

Going international isn’t an option. It’s a necessity

Back when I started out at McKinsey in San Francisco, I worked on a European expansion project for an American client (the first of many international expansion projects). 524 more words

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International expansion: get on the ground (and make a fool of yourself)

After a bit of success at home, many startups or mature companies eventually think about replicating that success internationally. It’s a new venture. But rather than being a new venture based on disruption, it’s one based on execution. 397 more words

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Lamar SBDC is International!

In March 2015, Lamar University SBDC director, Dave Mulcahy, traveled to Honduras! He represented Lamar University SBDC and functioned as a Small Business Network of the America’s (SBNA) fellow. 229 more words

Nerium International Expands into the Korean Market

Get ready Korea! North America’s favorite skin care company is headed overseas and Asia-Pacific (APAC) is our first stop!

Since Nerium International launched in 2011, we have experienced record-breaking sales, earned numerous industry accolades, and built a loyal customer base of millions in North America. 482 more words


Global Mode expands into Asia with IndonesianCloud

Bypass Network Services (BNSL) has reached agreement with IndonesianCloud to represent Global Mode in Indonesia.

With a rapidly growing middle class in Indonesia, more and more consumers want access to the latest sports, entertainment, and educational content. 96 more words

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Colleagues On Tap Eager to Export Concept to Other Countries

Jayne Graham, who came up with the idea of Colleagues on Tap (COT) five years ago after working at home herself for many years, sold her business to concentrate on her coaching and consultancy practice, … 117 more words


Uniqlo goes where others have been burnt: Canada

Uniqlo, the Japanese clothier and retailer, is jumping into Canada with a plan to avoid some of the problems that have bedeviled other retailers who have tried their luck in the Great White North. 425 more words