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Evolve from Accidental to Intentional Exporter


This week Growth Nation participated in the Annual Global Business Conference put on by the Minority Business Development Agency, Department of Commerce, at Thunderbird School of Global Management. The Conference was dedicated to helping exporters ramp up their cross border success. Growth Nation was represented by founder/CEO Doug Bruhnke, who … [Read more...]

Maybe the Best Global Strategy Is Not Having One


A favorite CEO to work with over the years is Jerry Mills of B2BCFO. He has been generous in his thanks for our branding years ago that established a strong messaging and tagline for the firm: "Cash. We Help You Get It". The fun in that tagline is the focus on cash - which CEO's really care about - and the double meaning - that their professionals … [Read more...]

Why Are US Companies Slow to Export?


Last Friday we had the honor of hosting 32 entrepreneurs from 32 countries at our offices in SkySong. The event was part of the U.S. Department of State's International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP) administered by the World Affairs Council of Arizona and the Arizona Council for International Visitors. Congratulations WACAZ and AZCIV for … [Read more...]

Build Your Business with BRIICS June 16th


Grow your business in the fast lane by exploring and capitalizing on growth opportunities in the BRIICS countries - Brazil, Russia, India, Indonesia, China and South Africa. On June 16th at the headquarters of Growth Nation we have a special discussion planned by experts from each country who will outline the opportunities and challenges faced by … [Read more...]

Sales Tips for Growing Globally by Thinking Locally

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Sales teams entering developing markets hurt their chances for success when they stay at Western brand hotels, eat familiar food and shield themselves from the local language and culture. “Unless your clients see you as locals — unless they see you interacting and making the effort — they will not think you are interested in what they are doing,” … [Read more...]

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