Is it really possible to “Go Global” as a really small business?

 

In a recent event, organized by Dearin & Associates in collaboration with OFX and the Australian British Chamber of Commerce, Cynthia Dearin discussed the global potential of SMEs.

Most SMEs believe that “Going Global” is very difficult, but in reality it’s easier than you think. There are many examples of small Australian companies that successfully expanded into international markets in the span of a few short years, such as RecruitLoop.

RecruitLoop was founded by Paul Slezak and Michael Overell in Sydney six years ago, and is now headquartered in San Francisco and operating in 54 countries.

You can take your SME to international markets; you just need to know how.

Looking for market entry advice?

We’d love to hear from you! Get in touch to book an introductory call to find out how we can help.

The Ultimate Guide to International Expansion [2021]

Everything you need to know about taking your business global in 2021 and beyond.

You Might Also Like...

Kick-start your international market entry today

Get in touch to book an introductory call and kick-start your international market entry strategy today.
Jemima Snow

Jemima Snow

Jemima Snow is an international marketing specialist and Head of Digital at Dearin & Associates. She is based in the San Francisco Bay Area and has a background in international business and digital marketing.
cookie-policy-iconv

This website uses cookies to enhance your browsing experience. By continuing to use this website, you consent to the use of cookies in accordance with our Cookie Policy.

   Keep in touch!


Subscribe To Our
Monthly Newsletter



Get the latest insights into international market entry.

Keep in touch!

Subscribe to our monthly newsletter

curve-icon

Get the latest insights into international market entry.