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What are the challenges of international business expansion?

Starting a business in California is a challenge. On top of introducing a new product or service to the market, you must be able to afford your business location, adhere to local regulations and delegate sufficient funds to a higher-than-average tax rate.

However, many Golden State entrepreneurs have had proven success in their endeavors. If they can do it, you can too. With a strategic approach to the business world and wise counsel behind you, you could potentially be successful.

At some point, you may consider international expansion. This undertaking may result in some difficulties as you focus on developing your concept in foreign markets. And while the challenges you face will likely be different across continents, being aware of your potential obstacles could help you prepare accordingly.

Five considerations for scaling your business overseas

Regardless of the industry you decide to pursue, there are some things you should take into account as you extend your global reach. While you determine your potential international market penetration, you should consider:

  • Timeline
  • Language barriers
  • Current brand loyalty
  • Variable regulatory measures
  • Packaging requirements

Doing your due diligence regarding each country where you would like to market your product can prepare you to scale with greater flexibly. And understanding the demographics of each area could smooth your transition into those regions.

You may not dominate an international market immediately, but the things you learn about various cultures and traditions will be invaluable. Eventually, such lessons could help you alter your approach, increase your profitability and guide your way to global success.

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