Wednesday, March 09, 2011

Inside Secrets To Taking a Business Global

What's the toughest part of taking a business global?  From what people say, it's usually, "My products are not exportable.  Too complex.  Cost prohibitive."

Excuses, excuses ... don't get me wrong, some of these reasons for not crossing borders might apply but in most instances, you can get up and running with your business internationally within about a day.  I'm serious.

Finding your first good customer is the toughest part of the whole deal.  After that, everything else falls into place from arranging payment (your banker can assist) to transporting your product (contact UPS, FedEx or DHL) to after-service sales (use Skype or email for goodness sakes).

If you want additional secrets to taking a business global, read "Finding Gold in Global Sales."

Ready, set, go global!

Posted by:  The Global Small Business Blog

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