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6 basic tips for conducting business abroad, Doingbusinessabroad140307

  1. 1. 6 basic tips for conducting business abroad Tommasini & Martinelli ! In cooperation with IC&Partners icpartnersgroup.net
  2. 2. ! Put on paper ! Create a standardised file that includes company information, years in business, and professional references of any partner you work with
  3. 3. Get information about business environment Collect online at first the countries’ main economic data and regulations ! Please visit doingbusiness.org to find more
  4. 4. Know the laws Contract laws may vary according to different legislations, despite the clauses that were agreed upon ! Find appropriate advice prior to making any substantial deals
  5. 5. Be ready to take-off Get informed about the conditions abroad that may affect your safety and security and collect country specific information
  6. 6. Get to know the culture Do know more about the country you’d like to do business in, its language, culture, and any communication styles ! Please visit kwintessential.co.uk to find more
  7. 7. Try to understand your counterparts’ triggers Comprehend the business of those you work with abroad, what motivates them, what are their needs
  8. 8. paiz.gov.pl ! gov.uk/government/ organisations/foreigncommonwealth-office A very essential web-graphy ! business.usa.gov ! nibi-milano.it ! doingbusiness.org ! kwintessential.co.uk ! yfsmagazine.com
  9. 9. Tommasini & Martinelli ! tommasini@tommasinimartinelli.it www.tommasinimartinelli.it ! http://it.linkedin.com/in/ giacintotommasini/ This document gives general information only and is not intended to give a comprehensive analysis ! Legal or other professional advice, should be obtained in specific circumstances

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