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A Safe Inward Journey

Britain is open for business to foreign investors. But faced with a complex matrix of regulations and cultural sensitivities, overseas businesses seeking to internationalise their business to the UK need strong professional advice to ensure the journey – for both the business and its migrant employees – goes inwards and upwards. James Townsend examines the role of immigration in inward investment.[url=]chaussure louboutin pas cher[/url] , [url=]air jordan pas cher[/url] , [url=]sac longchamp soldes[/url] , [url=]longchamp pas cher[/url] , [url=]sac louis vuitton soldes[/url] , [url=]sac à main longchamp pliage pas cher[/url] , [url=]air max 1 pas cher[/url] ... read more


Keeping Your Employees Safe Abroad

It’s every manager’s worst nightmare – a seemingly regular business trip goes wrong and your employee goes missing abroad. Your emails are unanswered, calls unreturned, and the employee fails to turn up to their scheduled meeting. Alongside the possible harm your employee has encountered, you’re also facing a media inquisition and the possibility of criminal charges. [url=]sac longchamp pas cher[/url] , [url=]louboutin soldes[/url] , [url=]louboutin femme pas cher[/url] , [url=]sac à main longchamp pas cher[/url] , [url=]louboutin pas cher[/url] , [url=]longchamp soldes[/url] , [url=]longchamp pas cher[/url] ... read more


The Logistics of International Expansion

Thanks to the growing popularity of online shopping, even the smallest companies now have access to potential customers all over the world. A useful stepping stone for many fledgling businesses is the ability to not only sell through their own e-commerce shops but to also list products on various online marketplaces like eBay and amazon. With more international products available via these channels, consumers are becoming more used to cross-border shopping.... read more


New flexibilities for General Director Function in Russia

Starting from the 1st of September, a company may have more than one general director, according to the amendments to the Russian Civil Code. Moreover, the number of general directors is not limited. Companies may decide in their charter which transactions may be concluded by a specific general director or which transactions and decisions require the approval of all or several general directors.... read more


How to Engage and Motivate Employees Working Overseas

From the earliest days of travelling sales people and the opening of new territories, businesses have faced the challenge of managing and motivating remote workers. Even now, with the power of modern technology and robust corporate infrastructure, large companies can struggle to get it right. So it’s hardly surprising SMBs might think twice about expanding overseas, particularly if it involves relocating key workers.[url=]air jordan 9 retro pas cher[/url] , [url=]louis vuitton borse[/url] , [url=]sac à main louis vuitton soldes[/url] , [url=]sac longchamp soldes[/url] , [url=]jordan 3 retro pas cher[/url] , [url=]louboutin pas cher[/url] , [url=]tn requin pas cher[/url] ... read more


International Festival for Business - Newly Confirmed Events

The International Festival for Business (IFB) 2014 has added several new events to its ambitious programme, further enhancing its position as the UK’s most significant event for export and entrepreneurship.

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Hiring Plans Forge Ahead Despite Global Business Confidence Dip

Only India, Brazil and Germany buck the global confidence downturn; firms that trade internationally outperform domestic players in developed markets; and firms worldwide turn to flexible workers to deliver growth, finds Regus Business Tracker report... read more


Joining The Cultural Dots For A Successful Global Workforce

If a company is expanding globally, it is important to have in place an HR approach which will enable this expansion: a programme relevant for employees across numerous markets whilst maintaining a consistent company culture. ... read more


Xenophobia Is Alive And Well In The UK

It sometimes takes the confluence of a number of similar circumstances to illustrate some social manifestation in our society here in Britain. This week we have read about a few high profile instances of an underlying propensity to be culturally resistant which has been characteristic of our island's history. ... read more


Hiring Your First Employee In France

With a potential market of 60 million consumers across the Channel, British companies have considered setting up a business in France to take advantage of these opportunities. One of the first decisions to take in this respect is whether to recruit a local employee or to second an existing employee to France. ... read more



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