For many businesses, the decision to “go global” can be won or lost at the beginning of the journey. One misstep in your planning or logistics can throw a wrench in the forward momentum your startup may have had until that point. Having the right third party logistics provider can help your business overcome cultural barriers your team may not have even knew existed. It can be damaging to your bottom line (and your reputation!) if you don’t proactively plan against potential risks associated with going global.
How can you navigate these and other obstacles to allow you to leverage your distribution channel to “go global”? How can you excel in your newly developed international space, including integration of cultural disparities?
Join Startup Canada (@Startup_Canada) and UPS Canada (@UPS_SmallBizCA) on Wednesday, April 29, 2015 for a live #StartupChats on Twitter from 12pm – 1pm ET, hosted by Edwin Frondozo (@drgnmeme), to learn why planning to go global is as crucial to your success as going global.
April 29, 2015