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A foreign partner: A potential ally

Breaking into a foreign market takes a tremendous amount of work. To speed up the process and improve your chances of success, it may be a good idea to team up with a foreign partner who is already well established in the market you are targeting.

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Preparing to transition from production to processing in 6 steps

Agricultural producers shifting into processing must follow a painstaking process that includes analyzing the industry, the target market and their personal abilities. Production and processing are 2 complementary but very different industries, so thorough preparation is the key to success.

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Do you have an export marketing plan?

Your export marketing plan covers your export objectives and strategy. It is both a master plan and a tool for tracking your progress. It should be concise and well organized so you can focus on the work at hand.

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Determining the best way to break into a foreign market

When you have your sights set on a foreign market, you have a variety of intermediaries and methods to choose from. Making the right choices is key to meeting your business objectives.

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Cultural barriers to doing business abroad

Many companies breaking into the international market underestimate the ever-present barrier posed by cultural differences. Although consumer trends have become more homogeneous around the world, values, language and decision-making methods represent major obstacles for entrepreneurs who try to negotiate with partners in another country.

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Negotiating with foreign partners

Foreign negotiations are complicated by factors such as geography, culture, language, background, weather and laws. Follow these tips to reduce the risks and costs associated with negotiations and prepare yourself for constructive talks with a foreign partner.

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Taking your website global

When you decide to take your business global, you need to tailor your website to your new markets. Get advice on making this means of communication just as effective internationally as it is in Canada.

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Global trade risks and how to manage them

Your business has to manage both local and global risks associated with currency, credit, intellectual property, transportation, ethics and more. But don't worry—there are a number of tools available to limit the effects of these risks on your business.

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