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10 Key Steps to Successful Global Market Entry – Step 3

Posted on by Keith Warburton under , , ,

Step Three: Know the Local Business Culture It’s an uncomfortable fact, but they just do things differently in other countries – but more importantly, they think differently about business. Many of your firmly held beliefs, about how business should be conducted, what constitutes an agreement, and even when ‘yes’ means ‘yes’, may have to be… Read More

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10 Key Steps to Successful Global Market Entry – Step 2

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Step Two: Do the Research Don’t rely on a blank page. As bizarre as it may sound, we find that lots of companies enter a new international market having done virtually no detailed research on that market. This approach to market entry leads to a number of mistakes which are likely to jeopardise the success… Read More

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Midnight’s Grandchildren Set the Pace for India’s Next Phase of Growth

Posted on by Mark Hannant under , , , ,

India’s growth is the global economic story of the next 20 years. But it won’t be straightforward. And anyone eyeing its huge potential must be able to navigate the country’s scale and complexity and understand the intricate forces of tradition and modernity, shaping the world’s fastest-growing large economy. India is at once ancient and modern…. Read More

Global outsourcing, market entry

10 Key Steps to Successful Global Market Entry – Step 1

Posted on by Keith Warburton under ,

Step 1 – Selecting a Market Far too many companies’ approach to international trade is reactive rather than strategic. People react to chance enquiries or random meetings at trade shows, and those ad hoc encounters are somehow translated into a global market strategy. This approach seldom works. Your approach to international should be strategic and… Read More

Five reasons why you should invest in your presence in India

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Lots of British and US companies who are heavily committed to China seem reluctant to develop a significant presence in India for some reason. They cite a number of obstacles to market entry in India such as IP risks, corruption, bureaucracy, the size of the country and even language barriers – forgetting that China also… Read More

Emerging market entry – it’s an art

Posted on by Nigel Cliffe under ,

As partners of TGG, we have all helped western companies enter and grow their business successfully in some key emerging markets around the world during our careers. A majority of clients come to us at a very early stage and ask for strategic and practical solutions; the others tend to come to us having tried… Read More

Acquiring a business address in the Netherlands

Posted on by Andre Beukes under , ,

If a company decides to enter the European market, one of the most important steps is to acquire a local business address. Having a business address in the Netherlands, if you are planning on expansion into the European market, is a major asset. This allows locals to recognize and trust your business. To register a… Read More