This year I accepted a position as adjunct faculty to teach International Operations from an Entrepreneurial Perspective at the University of Colorado Denver. It has been a rewarding experience especially because of the level of enthusiasm of the students and their career potential in international business and related fields. Like many graduating students this year […]
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I wish this wasn’t a common tale… an American company goes to their first international industry trade show and meets Chinese companies offering to represent their products in the Chinese market. For many industries, China’s large and growing market is a tempting one. And setting up distributorships may seem like an obvious first step. Wrong. […]
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