We all have norms. Customs. The way we do things.
And they usually work for us.
But most of us don’t think about them.
And as our business is growing our customs and norms are usually work for us. Until they don’t.
New Country, New Norms
As you enter a new country it’s a great time to think about your norms. Are they really working? Do they serve you? Are they in line with your new market?
Maybe for some, Maybe not for others.
The point is you need to reassess.
The US is quirky. We want things a certain way. There are “US norms”.
The right team in the US will help you find those norms. Just don’t go it alone – there is too much to learn and your chances of getting it all right right away are low.
Want to penetrate the US market faster? Our Doing Business in the US Course might be just the answer for you.
The Our Shawn
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