Friday, July 12, 2013

Golden Rules to Going Global

John Quirk, partner at Howard & Company, which specializes in growing Kiwi businesses on the international stage, has learned a few things about how to build a global company from New Zealand.  He share some of his golden rules to going global below.
No. 1:  The 321 Rule.  The rule is everything will take you three times as long as planned. It will be twice as expensive as budgeted and you will only want to do it once. That said, it can be an exciting journey with significant financial gains. 
No. 2:  "The ghost of Ned Kelly" ... what might that be?!

Read the entire article to learn more:  The rules of going global

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