Preparation is essential when doing business overseas

Planning a vacation is an apt analogy for a company venturing into China

As I watch the leaves drift to the ground and welcome the fall season, I can’t help but sit back and reflect on this past summer—particularly one of its highlights.

This year, my husband and I decided to take a trip to Europe. We had a hard time deciding where to go—we wanted something new, but still familiar. We wanted guaranteed fun, but also an unpredictable adventure. We wanted it to be easy, but we also wanted to be challenged and learn something new about traveling.


Cathleen Flahardy

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