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Globalization: As economic borders come down, cultural borders go up

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More than 95% of your potential clients are living in foreign countries. To be successful and survive in a global marketplace, culture must be managed like any other aspect of business.

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•  Don't be a leader who is lost in the matrix – Learn to lead across global hierarchies. (for more info, click here)

•  Power of trust between cultures – Ticket for global profits. (for more info, click here)

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