News and Articles About Global Business
Your product may be ready for the world long before your shipping operation is ready to deliver it. The expertise you need is available, for hire.
Uber for Business, which offers helpful features for small and mid-sized companies, is now available in each of the 200 cities where Uber currently operates.
According to estimates, the country is second to Silicon Valley for new companies. Here are three things that may be driving that.
The thriving San Francisco-based Bitcoin exchange and payments processor has bitten off an ambitious first step into the European market. Here's how.
Most web users are not native English speakers. Unsurprisingly, they are reluctant to purchase from sites written in a language they don't speak.
One company explains how it was able to expand to a new continent while keeping focused on its core business.
America is a vast market but just the number of English speakers in foreign countries doubles your potential customers.
While expanding your company to an international level can be exciting, it can also be tough on your employees. Here are a few tips on making the transition easier.
A Waze manager recalls his painful decision to leave his native turf, California's Central Valley, to explore greener entrepreneurial options.
A British consul general details how transplants from across the pond eye the States for entrepreneurial endeavors and outlines a few obstacles to their success.
To stay competitive in todays workplace, companies need to think globally. Here are a few tips to prepare a business to take over the world.
Don't let scary headlines keep you from pursuing opportunity overseas. Arm yourself with information and some basic precautions.
When a company decides to go beyond its home country's borders, the founder needs to determine which countries are best for business expansion.
Expanding internationally is not as simple as running your copy through a translator.
It's thrilling to be offered a job overseas but check if you can drink the water there and if the housing allowance will afford you better than the hostel.
Money makes the world go 'round but don't take anything else for granted when doing business far from home.
Making a team from a staff working on separate continents requires more than just technology. Only the team leader can bring them all together.
There are times when entrepreneurs need to uproot their companies and move to a new country. One of the most challenging aspects is preparing your team. Here are a few pointers.
Etsy has scooped up 'A Little Market' -- a Paris-headquartered digital marketplace that also specializes in handmade crafts -- for a reported $100 million in cash and stock.
While running a small business is already a massive undertaking, the need to think globally from the start is vital if you want your company to grow to its utmost potential.
From how you eat to how you dress, a look at how your behavior could be interpreted by your customers, colleagues and clients in different countries.
How can you locate goods you'd like to import to sell to markets here in the United States? Here are six ways to track down the products you're hoping to sell in the U.S.
Here's a basic primer on the shipping terms and logistics you need to be familiar with when you own an exporting business.
As an importer or exporter, you need to know how each link in the shipping chain functions. Here's the lowdown on what all those terms on the shipping forms mean.
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