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Watch this one minute video to see if international clients come as a result of the best products, the best marketing, or the best sales.
International Marketing – Using Commissioned Agents to Enter Foreign Countries. Is it Good to Use Agents?
http://internationalbusinessminute.com/pay.html An International Business Video Series about how to enter and succeed in global marketing. An international market entry plan contains hundreds of elements, but these initial ones are the most critical for success abroad: An appropriate amount of planning time. Too often companies approach foreign markets and cut corners on the necessary planning time. […]
Three Bad International Strategies This free, one minute video talks about really bad strategies in international business and international market entry
The international business video will give the viewer a one minute lesson on how to hurt international negotiations when doing international business
the article on entering international markets continues, part 15 So now that you’ve finished the article, what is the process? Mode of entry (MOE) should be carefully determined. The determinants are: The Host Firm’s • Current business model • Access to capital • Attitude towards risk • Pay back rate and period The Market’s • […]
the article on entering international markets continues, part 14 STRATEGIC ALLIANCES: An often-overlooked mode of entry is the strategic alliance. This is typically a business relationship where similar companies combine efforts to get a better price on materials, perform research and development, collaborate on marketing or distribution, or seek new business. A good example of […]
the article on entering international markets continues, part 13. MANAGEMENT CONTRACT: when one firm provides management in all or specific areas for another firm, in exchange for a fee. Hilton Hotels, for example, provides management services for non-owned overseas hotels that use the Hilton name. In return, Hilton probably earns a fee that is a […]
The article on entering international markets continues, part 10 E-COMMERCE: using inter-networked computers to create and transform business relationships. Applications provide business solutions that improve the quality of goods and services, increase the speed of service delivery, and reduce the cost of business operations. A new methodology of doing business in three focal areas: *Business-to-business […]
the article on entering international markets continues, part 9 B. Indirect: selling goods and services through various types of intermediaries. 1. Foreign agents are hired by companies for representation in overseas markets as the agent has knowledge of business practices, language, laws, and culture. There are different types of agents who perform a number of […]