Zach Pearson is on the ground in Chicago and we explore the US market, why foreign companies often struggle to get traction there and what you can do to break ground in what is often considered the “holy grail” for businesses around the world. He talks about the top mistakes that companies make when entering the US.
Rick Roache, Managing Director of Ebury, Australia discussess the importance of foreign exchange in global business, the big mistakes that companies make and the right time for a company with international plans to think about foreign exchange trading.
Steve Hui Founder and Chief Executive of I Fly Flat, Australia’s leading reward travel concierge and advisors. talks about how the global pandemic is changing the way we do international travel and why frequent flyer point is still important right now.
Callan Anderson from Hong Kong Corporate Services Group explains how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected doing business in Hong Kong and his advice for companies doing business in Asia.
Tim’s firm, Prophit Systems works with business leaders in Australia and Asia to solve complex supply chain process problems. Today we’re exploring how COVID-19 is affecting global supply chains and how to mitigate supply chain risks.
Andrew Raso, founder of Online Marketing Gurus, one of Australia’s fastest growing digital marketing agencies shars the experiences he’s had in the international space and some of the lessons he’s learned in digital marketing strategy
Heath Behncke, Founder and Managing Director of Holon Global Investments, and the Executive Chair of the Libra Association, gives his thoughts on why we need Libra, what it could mean for companies doing business internationally and whether it will become a reality, given the challenges it has faced in recent months.
Chris Jankulovski, founder of Remote Staff, provides offshore recruiting solutions to a variety of SMEs and has expanded to a team of 70 in-house staff. Chris explains the importance of recognizing cultural differences in going global.
Cynthia Dearin clarifies the importance of market research before going global for small to mid-sized businesses.
The host Cynthia Dearin shares the common mistakes when going global and how to avoid them. She highlights the importance of having self-awareness around the current success of a business in their domestic market, understanding a business’s core-competencies and the need to set S.M.A.R.T goals when venturing into new markets.