“In today’s world you can’t stay local,” says Lindsey Grossman, group manager of Business Development and Partnerships and Intuit Small Business Group. “If you don’t think about going global from day one, you’ll soon be surrounded by global-thinking competitors and you’ll be at a disadvantage.”
In an in-depth Q&A below, Grossman talks about government red tape, how to stay innovative and why all companies should aim to go global from the get-go.
The Global Small Business Blog (GSBB) was founded on July 20, 2004 by Laurel Delaney (pictured) for the purpose of helping entrepreneurs and small businesses expand their businesses internationally. It is ranked No. 1 in the world for entrepreneurs and small businesses interested in going global. Learn more about Laureland visit her company GlobeTrade.com.
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