I am often asked by people who pick up on my English accent about the UK’s decision to leave the the European Union and what it means for the country as a continuing base for operations in that part of the world. This blog attends to political issues and then moves onto business – please bear with me!
episode 36 What’s Really Happening in Hong Kong Right Now with Callan Anderson After 14 consecutive weeks of civil unrest, Hong Kong is in a state of turmoil – if you believe the mainstream media. But what’s it actually like on the ground? And what do the ongoing protests mean for international businesses operating in […]
episode 35 3 Trends that are Reshaping the Global Business Landscape with Cynthia Dearin Your business is successful at home, so is there really any reason to consider going global? Why expose yourself to all that risk? In this episode, I highlight three global trends that are reshaping the global business landscape, and why there’s […]
episode 30 Scale Up Your Business with Vanessa Garrard, Founder of SourceHub Group In this episode of the Business Beyond Borders podcast, I caught up with Vanessa Garrard who has been ranked in Australia’s Top 30 Female Entrepreneur list every year since 2010. Vanessa Garrard’s entrepreneurial journey started by selling lollies and sweets at the […]
episode 31 Creating the Best Sales Process with Zach Selch, The Global Sales Mentor Today, we’re doing something a little different. I’m talking to my colleague, Zach Selch, the Global Sales Mentor. Zach is the VP Global Sales for a high tech medical company and has spent his career solving international sales challenges that CEOs […]
Geopolitics and Hong Kong with Gary Garner, Senior China Advisor at Dearin & Associates episode 34 For most companies ‘going global’, geopolitics is just background noise – it doesn’t affect how international business plays out day-to-day. But occasionally, big things happen on the international stage and companies have to take notice. In this episode, I […]
Geopolitics and doing business in Hong Kong and China. One of the main elements to consider when moving into overseas markets is the geopolitics that surround a territory. For the most part, this is often background noise as the time scales that make any problems manifest are often counted in multiple years rather than months. […]
What Software Companies need to do to go global with Dai Williams, Chief Growth Officer at SiteMinder
Dai WIlliams is the Chief Growth Officer at SiteMinder, the global hotel industry’s leading guest acquisition platform.
Lee Hackett is CEO of BluprintX, a company which helps CMOs, CROs and CEOs of mid-to-large-sized businesses to grow revenue by using data and technology. Lee set up the firm in the UK 2013 and has expanded its footprint to four countries.
Having the Right Team is the Key to ‘Going Global’ with Angus Raine, Executive Chairman of the Raine & Horne
episode 29 Having the Right Team is the Key to ‘Going Global’ with Angus Raine, Executive Chairman of the Raine & Horne This week Cynthia Interviews Angus Raine, leading real estate commentator and fourth generation member of the family that created the Raine & Horne Group. After starting his career outside the company Angus came […]