One Country Consumes Nearly HALF Of The World's Tobacco: Here's Where The Smoke Still Rises

By K.S. Anthony |
30 August, 2017

At once point in America's history, cigarettes and other tobacco products were thought of as a safe, if mildly offensive, vice. Cigarettes were freely smoked in bars, .

Here Are The Top 5 Global Fast Food Brands: #1 Isn't Who You Might Think

By K.S. Anthony |
25 August, 2017

When you think about successful penetration into foreign markets, there are a few brands who've really just done it right. We've taken a look at a few of these models .

Chinese Eatery With Only ONE Menu Item Is Coming To The U.S.A.

By K.S. Anthony |
21 August, 2017

If simplicity, is, as Leonardo DaVinci said, "the ultimate sophistication," then in a world of fusion cuisines and molecular grastronomy, Yang's Braised Chicken Rice .

Sweet Success: An Interview With Former Pinkberry Global Development VP Ryan Patel - A GetGlobal 2017 Expert Speaker

By K.S. Anthony |
15 August, 2017

As Director of Global Real Estate & Business Development at Pinkberry, Ryan Patel took the popular frozen yogurt chain to countries around the globe, expanding from .

Demand For Bomb Shelters Soars In Japan In Shadow Of Nuclear Saber-Rattling

By K.S. Anthony |
08 August, 2017

As threats of nuclear war between North Korea and the United States continue to escalate, so have sales of bomb shelters in Japan. On Tuesday, the Japanese Defense .

WhatsApp Is Now The Most Popular Messenger Worldwide: Here's How People Are Using It

By K.S. Anthony |
04 August, 2017

With over a billion users sending 55 billion messages – which include 1 billion videos and 4.5 billion pictures – WhatsApp is now the most popular messaging app on .

How Taco Bell Won Over The World's Most Vegetarian Country

By K.S. Anthony |
25 July, 2017

At first glance, it seems like an unlikely relationship: a country where roughly a third of its citizens are vegetarians courted by an American company selling .

What Can An American Café And Bagel Chain Teach You About Japan? Plenty.

By K.S. Anthony |
20 July, 2017

When Blue Bottle Coffee – a café chain started in Oakland, California – opened its first two stores in Tokyo in 2015, the consumer response was tremendous. Business .

There's A $178M Hangover Cure Market In Japan... And One American Wants To Take It Global

By K.S. Anthony |
07 July, 2017

The Japanese word for hangover – futsukayoi – gives some indication of just how much they drink. It translates as "two days drunk," but as the Japanese drinking blog .

Jeff Bezos And Indian Prime Minister Express High Hopes For Eastern Ecommerce

By K.S. Anthony |
26 June, 2017

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos took to Twitter yesterday to express confidence in the company's growing relationship with India after a meeting with Indian Prime Minister .

A New Start-Up Trend In Chinese Apps Is Raising Hundreds Of Millions: But For How Long?

By K.S. Anthony |
20 June, 2017

Over the last decade, the most popular mobile apps in China have been for messaging, web browsing, and video: a testament to practicality and connectedness. WeChat – .

What Dennis Rodman's Trip To North Korea Can Teach About Gift-Giving Etiquette

By K.S. Anthony |
19 June, 2017

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10 Cultural Competencies for Doing Business in Taiwan

By Antony McGregor Dey |
08 July, 2016

With a strong and modern infrastructure, and a focus on attracting new investment, Taiwan is a promising foreign market for U.S. business expansion. Here are a few .

Corporate Social Responsibility in Foreign Markets

By Antony McGregor Dey |
29 June, 2016

Who Are You? (Who, Who?) Who are you as a company? What do you bring to the equation in terms of corporate social responsibility? This is something you’ll want to .

Is Vietnam Good for U.S. Business?

By Antony McGregor Dey |
21 June, 2016

While the history of Vietnam can be traced back 4000 years, these days the country is looking pretty young and vibrant. With 60 percent of its 94 million citizens .

Modi Touts U.S.-India Business Partnerships

By Antony McGregor Dey |
09 June, 2016

In addressing the US-India Business Council and Congress in D.C. this week, India’s Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, touted his economic reforms designed to promote .

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