If you have ever worked in a startup company, then you know? Entrepreneurs are normally in a constant fight for the survival of their fledgling venture. They offer high risk with the potential for high reward if the company succeeds. Entrepreneurs are always stretching the boundaries of what is possible – in terms of […]
As the European markets slow down considerably and the United States continues its painfully slow recovery, new markets with strong long-term growth potential can be found in Latin America. Companies in Europe and the US may have reduced R&D budgets considerably, while their counterparts in places like Chile and Brazil are investing heavily in technology. […]
The International Entrepreneur: Environmental Impact of Globalization
Is expanding into overseas markets going to hurt the environment? This question was raised recently to me by a CEO/founder/entrepreneur. The answer is: it depends how you conduct your business.
The International Entrepreneur: Practical Advice for Cross Cultural Teams
A good friend of mine was recently hired into a sustainability marketing position at a U.S. company. ?Sally? is an intrapreneur (someone who brings entrepreneurial innovation and passion into a larger organization). She recently invited me out to lunch to talk about the cross-cultural team questions that have come up on the job.