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Assembling your products outside of the U.S. can be a lot like driving blindfolded. But it doesn't have to be. Not if you steer clear of this all too common pitfall. Take it from the 'Queen of QVC.'
Most web users are not native English speakers. Unsurprisingly, they are reluctant to purchase from sites written in a language they don't speak.
America is a vast market but just the number of English speakers in foreign countries doubles your potential customers.
Don't let scary headlines keep you from pursuing opportunity overseas. Arm yourself with information and some basic precautions.
This European country has reigned supreme as the most innovative in the world for the past four years, according to a new report.
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.
Entrepreneurs, local or global, can learn from how organizers of the World Cup have deftly leveraged trends in globalization and technology.
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.
Ingrid Vanderveldt had a dream to empower 1 billion women by 2020. Dell helped her take that goal to a global level.
The London-based Centre for Policy Studies took a look at so-called 'SuperEntrepreneurs' and the government and policy infrastructures that best support them.
While Silicon Valley, New York and Boston's entrepreneurial ecosystem get the most media attention, these hubs don't make sense for all companies. For our series The Grind, globe-trotting entrepreneur Jamie Wong gives us the skinny on other amazing locations to start a company.
Where you live could play a role in choosing between landing a degree or launching your own company.
The global network of business leaders was supposed to help emerging-market entrepreneurs scale up, but now the organization is needed closer to home.
Entrepreneurship consultant Sarah Green offers some perspective on starting up in the developing world, by way of Nigeria.
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