http://internationalbusinessminute.com/free.html More and more international business videos can be found at the link. How many countries should be visited on business trips? Are business trips too short? Time is money. Overtime, Borrowed time, time and a half. These are all American views on time but they can really hurt international business negotiations facebook: https://www.facebook.com/internationaltoolkit http://www.linkedin.com/in/billdecker […]
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Culture is the biggest stumbling block. It isn’t language; language is only part of culture. A culture is a way of doing things and a belief system. The biggest mistake Americans in international Marketing make is in really not respecting or being interested in the culture they’re about to work in. And then, when they are […]
You can click on this link for a Podcast on International Business Advice which is now in Itunes! You can also go to internationaltoolkit.com and click the RSS feed button, which will feed you podcasts regularly. These are informative and free!
• Are you being educated about the process involved? Importing products across borders can present many difficulties, including quality control of products ordered, timing of deliveries, insurance, product specifications and claims. When importers tell you to simply “leave it to them,” then your organization isn’t learning. Learning how to import from International Suppliers is crucial. […]
a) When outsourcing, firms put technical experts in charge of India projects. Are your technical experts negotiators? Are they cross cultural specialists? Do they understand International Market Entry? If they possess both of those characteristics in addition to their technical expertise, then use them. Otherwise, supplement them with your business people. b) Lack of training […]
(3) Imported goods are often better. Evidence of this is that Americans often prefer to drink French water, drive European cars, wear Italian suits and buy Swiss watches. However, Japanese consumers may be concerned with how Japanese a product is. European firms may wonder about the factories that foreigners will cause to shut down. Countries […]