Get ahead, even if it feels like the world's against you.
For centuries, "Made in America" stood for supremacy in everything. Now, with globalization on the rise and much of the world resenting the unrivaled power of the United States, American businesses have to deal with protests, boycotts and increased costs of tightened security measures. How do you overcome these challenges?
According to Keith Reinhard, chair of DDB Worldwide and president of Business for Diplomatic Action, companies should position their brands as local, a tactic that makes sense from a marketing standpoint if your country of origin is seen as a negative. Reinhard's advice:
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