Global Business 101

The old saying is that “it’s an extremely small world.” It certainly is in terms of the access you have to information across the globe and the connection you have with business leaders and key decision makers in every corner of the globe. This is nowhere more apparent than in the global business, which includes any business or organization which conducts business outside of its home country.

Businesses of all sizes need to ensure that they are ready to meet the demands of global trade. This includes understanding the nuances and politics of international business, and knowing how to collaborate with colleagues and partners from countries that are different than their own.

The undergraduate Journal of Global Business and Trade The journal, also known as JGBT contains articles, reports and other comments that are relevant to global business. It is also the official journal of CUIBE The Consortium for Undergraduate International Business Education.

If you’re an entrepreneur who is contemplating expanding into international markets or want to ensure your team is prepared to take on the world, it’s essential to know the impact of cultural differences on the success of your business abroad. This means learning the customs such as holidays, beliefs, holidays and social norms of diverse cultures you may encounter in your international business ventures. It’s an excellent way to improve your “export IQ.” It may also be helpful to know what to expect from business partners in other countries, such as different levels of comfort with personal space or how to greet a colleague in a different language.

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