Posted on June 10, 2020 by admin
International Trade is about relationships. To succeed you need to look through the lens of the new marketplace. Before you start, make sure you understand your capacity, capability and competency. Investigate the market; conduct primary and secondary research.
Determine the skills you will need or choose to outsource. Put in place procedures and processes. Keep and retain your records. Adapt your marketing to your country of choice
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