As a base of operations, France is an appealing place to do business, though many people aren’t taking advantage. To add some perspective, France: With this in mind, hiring an expatriate in France allows you to get the best of both worlds. You have a favorable business environment, combined with the exact staff you want..
So what is the field in your CRM which is almost never used or even does not exist in some CRMs? It’s your customer “native language” field. Sort your customers and prospects by the “native language” field and put a sales manager with the same native language in charge of them. If you don’t have..
“All employers are entitled to have equal rights to access the best global talent, but they haven’t had equal possibilities until recently” – Nick Ganzha, the Founder and CEO of Acumen International, says. “In the recent past, only companies with big resources were doing business globally and only those companies could afford to have the..
If you fear diversity, you will fail in today’s global marketplace. Nick Ganzha, the Founder and CEO of Acumen International, talks about three main reasons why you do fear diversity: 1. You do not understand foreign mentality and culture, and it’s human nature to fear what you don’t understand, what you feel is foreign to..
The gig economy isn’t new and is here to stay. In which case we’ll continue to observe a substantial evolution of the way companies do business. That’s especially relevant for those doing business globally. Above all, the projects’ implementation requires human resources. Here’s where hiring comes in to play. In global hiring, the rise of..
In 1999, a 9-to-5 job was the norm. One couldn’t imagine that in a few decades 34% of the entire global workforce would be “gig” workers. The “gig economy” is determined as a subset of the sharing economy. The McKinsey Global Institute defines the “gig economy” as contracted contingent work transacted in the digital marketplace..