How does a person coordinate the proper paperwork, travel time, cultural differences, language barriers, and political land mines that are inherent in doing business overseas? In The American Entrepreneur in Asia: A Personal Journey of Global Proportions, author Irl Davis shares the intricate details of international business that he learned on his own personal journey. Some may be on a simple quest for information--finding resources, looking up Web sites, or subscribing to a magazine that caters to global entrepreneurs. Others may embark on an actual physical journey--to China, Taiwan, or one of the other countries detailed by Davis. Some may even be on a hypothetical journey, seeking answers to the "what if" questions and "maybe this" possibilities that need to be resolved before conducting business internationally. If you can answer yes to one or all of the following questions, then The American Entrepreneur in Asia has the information you need for successful international expansion:
- Are you planning to expand internationally?
- Do you feel that to remain competitive in today's marketplace you must transfer your manufacturing operations to a foreign country?
- Are you considering expanding your product lines to some of the fastest growing economies in the world?