Global Business 101

The old saying abounds “it’s a small world.” This is true for your ability to access information across the globe and your connections to key decision makers and business leaders across the globe. This is most evident in the world of global business. Global business is an expression used to describe any company or entity that operates outside of its home country.

As the complexity of global commerce and trade become more complex, businesses both large and small need to make sure they are prepared to meet these new challenges. This means understanding the nuances, politics and implications of international business, and being able to work with partners and colleagues from countries that are different from their own.

The undergraduate Journal of Global Business and Trade (JGBT) includes research papers, reports, and commentaries that are relevant to the area of global business. It is also the official journal of CUIBE the Consortium for Undergraduate International Business Education.

If you’re a business owner considering entering international markets or want to make sure your team is prepared for the future, it’s crucial to know the ways that cultural differences can affect the success of your business abroad. It is important to learn the customs, holidays and social norms that are common in the cultures you may encounter while conducting business globally. This is a fantastic way to increase your “export intelligence.” It could also be helpful to know what you can expect from business associates in different countries, like differing comfort levels with personal space or how to greet someone in a different language.

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