A common response often heard by Americans when conducting business overseas is qThat's just not how things are done over here.q As true as that statement may be and no matter how different things are done elsewhere, the business objective remains the same: close the deal, create value, and get paid! Street Smarts for Global Business gives you a behind the scenes look at how global business transactions are done in countries and cultures outside of the United States. Six key topics are explored: legal, language and communications, culture, negotiations, negotiations, outsourcing, and protecting intellectual property. In this book you will discover: g How to win global business via authentic stories and experiences from a seasoned global business executive. g qStreet Smartsq templates that provide step by step guidance for analyzing and closing global opportunities. g Behind the scenes business situations and case study examples for numerous countries to include China, Brazil, Italy, Germany, and Slovenia to name a few.But for my industry and maybe yours, you can start with China and India and perhaps search no further. ... Many users rely on their mobile phone for features such as cameras, clocks, calendars, messaging, music, navigation, ... By comparison, there are 200 million ipods, 800 million registered cars, 900 million PCs, 1.5 billion credit cards, 250 million game consoles, and 350 million digital cameras.
|Title||:||Street Smarts for Global Business|
|Publisher||:||Rob Day - 2008-07-25|