This podcasts is all about Successfully Doing Business In China. This is Segment #3 of a 3 part series and we’ll explore Setting Up A Business – Expanding Into China – Vendor Hiring Relationships.
Our guest is Robbert Gorris from Sovereign China Limited. With offices in Shanghai and Beijing, Sovereign China accelerates international clients' ability to understand and operate in the China market and has successfully assisted more than 500 companies from over 50 countries with their China market entry.
Globig welcomes Richard Leggett, the CEO of Frontier Strategy Group, a leader in providing actionable intelligence on international markets to companies expanding into and operating around the world.
In this podcast, we talk about the Global Outlook Report for 2018. Richard shares his insights on what’s happening in the top global regions and how both large and small companies use the Global Outlook Report 2018 to make strategic business decisions.
This is Part 2 of a 2-part series on Generation Z, which is a large group of young people coming into the workforce right now and their impact on companies around the world. Our guest is Mary Lemons, the VP of Human Resources Solutions at Global Upside. Global Upside is a leader in helping companies transform their finance, accounting, and human resources functions in over 100 countries.
This podcast explores the question: Is Gen Z the HR manager’s dream employee or are they a nightmare to manage?
Our guest for this podcast is Joanna Dodd, the founder of Rochester PR in the UK. With over 25 years experience in PR, Joanna has been working with companies from start-ups to global multinationals, in industries such as food and drink, private equity, major charities and IT innovators and more. Rochester PR specializes in helping foreign companies successfully enter the UK market and supporting them to reach their business goals.
This is Part #1 of a 2-part series on Generation Z, a large group of young people coming into the workforce right now, and their impact on companies around the world. Our guest is Mary Lemons, the VP of Human Resources Solutions at Global Upside. Global Upside is a leader in helping companies transform their finance, accounting, and human resources functions in over 100 countries.
This podcast is focused on learning about Generation Z, the first truly global and digital workforce entering global job markets.
Todays hot topic is all about 'Successfully Doing Business In China'. This is segment #2 of this 3 part series where we’ll explore EMPLOYMENT LAW and HIRING OPTIONS in China.
A lot of companies will hire a sales agency, a sales person, company evangelist, and/or sales engineer before they set up a company in China. Sometimes they do this through a Global Employer of Record or PEO organization, other times its best for them to set up a business entity with a partner. This podcast will evaluate the options and provide insights into the Chinese hiring market.
Globig’s podcast guest is Robbert Gorris from Sovereign China Limited.
Globig’s guest is Robbert Gorris from Sovereign China Limited. Originally from the Netherlands, Robbert did his masters thesis in Taipei and ended up working for the Netherlands Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce in Beijing (BenCham). During his time with BenCham, he was involved in many business delegations visiting China from a diverse range of industries. Robbert now shares his expertise having worked in China for the past 8 years and helps companies expand into China for Soverign China Group.
With offices in worldwide, Sovereign China accelerates international clients' ability to understand and operate in the China market. They’ve successfully assisted more than 600 companies from over 50 countries with their China market entry.
In Part #2 of this series on the gig economy, we dive deeper into the liability and regulatory issues that are important for companies to be aware of.
Our guest is Adam Sheffield, the president of Global PEO Services. Global PEO Services (GPS) helps companies hire employees fast without having to set up legal entities in foreign jurisdictions. They also deal with related HR, Benefits, Payroll, Tax, and Accounting issues.
In part 1 of this 2 part series we’ll explore what the Gig economy is and how it impacts HR departments around the world and in part 2 we’ll dive deeper into the liability and regulatory issues that are important for companies to be aware of.
Our guest is Adam Sheffield, the president of Global PEO Services. Global PEO Services (GPS) helps companies hire employees fast without having to set up legal entities in foreign jurisdictions and deal with related HR, Benefits, Payroll, Tax, and Accounting issues.
How to Hire and Sell Effectively in Asia Pacific
Our guest is Kyle Hegarty. Kyle is with Leadership Nomad under the TSL Group, he has spent over a decade living and working in the Asia Pacific region helping companies expand into new markets and grow their sales.
The discussion is focused on how to hire and sell effectively in Asia Pacific.
This is Part 1 of a 2-part podcast series about how to develop effective sales strategies, and what you need to know about the Asia Pacific market. Globig’s guest is Kyle Hegarty. Kyle is with Leadership Nomad under the TSL Group, and he has spent over a decade living and working in the Asia Pacific region helping companies expand into new markets and grow their sales.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Globig’s guest on the Globig Expansion Podcast is Sabine Amend, from Kultur & Management Inc. and TI Communication.
Sabine is an intercultural trainer and consultant. Her current focus is on international M&A, knowledge-management in international HR, and international virtual teams. Our discussion focuses on how to do business in China.
Globig talks to Gabor Puhalla, the co-founder and CEO of profiq, a company that provides high quality software engineering services to innovative Agile software companies with offices in Prague Czech Republic and Silicon Valley.
Globig’s guest is Sabine Amend, the founder of Kultur & Management Inc.
Sabine is an intercultural trainer and consultant. Her current focus is on international M & A, knowledge-management in international HR, and international virtual teams. Our discussion focuses on how to effectively communicate and do business with Germans.
What Are The HR Implications of International Assignments?
Our world is much more global and digitally connected today than ever before and many people dream about living and working in a foreign country.
Globig welcomes Mary Lemons, the VP of Human Resources Solutions at Global Upside as our guest to explore the HR implications of letting your employees work around the world.
Globig had the privilege of interviewing Karen Gerwitz, the president of the World Trade Center in Denver. There are 330 World Trade Centers around the world and their primary mission is to help companies expand into foreign markets. Learn more about how the World Trade Center can help you go global.
Globig had the chance to talk with Nick Stanton, the SVP of Global Employment Outsourcing (GEO) at Safeguard World International to discuss 2017 Trends in Internationalization and how to hire locally without creating a business entity. This podcast is a part of our lean global expansion series.
When going global, you may qualify for IC-DISC, a significant tax incentive available to qualifying manufacturers, producers, resellers, and exporters of goods that are produced in the United States with an ultimate destination outside the United States.
Globig interviews Sven Hecker, founder of several companies around the world that have found success going global including one of the hottest global expansion resource companies located in Germany, ClevverMail.
Our podcast guest is Roman Huber, who has been the Managing Director of Bayern Kapital since 2006. Bayern Kapital, based in Bavaria, was founded on the initiative of the Bavarian government in 1995. It is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Bavarian LFA Förderbank. As the venture capital organization of the Land of Bavaria, Bayern Kapital provides equity capital financing for the founders of young innovative technology companies in Bavaria.
Joining Globig.co is Jared Johnson, an expert in global mobility from Eide Bailly, a leading accounting and finance firm in the US, to talk about why a company should establish a global mobility program as soon as people start traveling internationally and to mitigate risks even before they assign employees abroad.
Globig’s guest speaker is Dominik Grau, the Chief Innovation Officer at Ebner Media Group in Germany. Dominik has expertise is in media (print, digital, video, mobile, events), content marketing, content strategy, corporate development, IT infrastructure and technology management. He is also a highly regarded speaker and you’ll find him at the world's top content marketing, media and publishing conferences.
Globig had the chance to interview renowned trade lawyer Susan Kohn Ross to discuss how the Trump administration views and could impact the hot button issues such as trade agreements, tariffs, visas, taxes and more. Join in for this very insightful podcast to learn more about the likely impact and when it will affect your business.
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Jason Fritts, a senior manager specializing in Transfer Pricing at Eide Bailly, one of the top US accounting and finance firms joins Globig to talk about transfer pricing.
Globig had a chance to catch up with Laura Mancini Chan recently. Since 1997, Laura has worked with firms all around the world in international human resources, relocation services and intercultural training. She has provided training to companies such as American Express, BAT, Cadbury-Schweppes, Celanese, Cummins, Eaton Electrical, JPMorganChase, KPMG, among others.
Julian Leuthold is Globig's guest, he’s the producer of the GetGlobal Expo in Los Angeles, the premiere international expansion conference for the US. Julian has extensive background in doing business in India, in researching India for companies, and consulting with companies doing business in India.
Globig’s guest today is Andrew Oury, a partner at Oury Clark Chartered Accountants and Oury Clark Solicitors, considered leading tax advisory, financial services and law firms in the UK.
Globig talks with Cyber Security expert Adam Anderson, the founder and CEO of Atlas Vault, a company that helps businesses understand who their vendors are and what cyber risk they are allowing into their organization. Adam wrote the book ‘Small Business Cyber Security: Your Customers Can Trust You…Right? ‘, and has been consulting for enterprises on cyber risk and security for many years.
Maël Roth is a master at international B2B content and inbound marketing, and we spent some time with him in order to capture his wisdom. Roth is currently based in Germany, grew up and studied in France, has worked in a number of countries, speaks three languages, and has a unique perspective on B2B content marketing and the opportunities and pitfalls a company will face as they go international. Join us to learn more from Maël Roth, a consultant in this field.
This podcast discusses some great resources available to US companies expanding abroad and features Bryson Patterson, a trade finance specialist at the Small Business Administration aka SBA.gov and Paul Bergman, a director for the United States export assistance center from the United States Commerce Department.
When doing business in another country, there are many benefits to knowing how to communicate professionally in their spoken language. Learn how Twitter, Eventbrite, and others improved their ability to negotiate, increased ROI, and helped team members advance their personal career as well as showed respect and appreciation for other cultures through obtaining business-related language skills. Join Tyler Muse, the founder and CEO of LingoLive to hear about their unique and highly effective task-based language training program. This podcast is perfect for managers of global teams, for global business negotiators, and non-native speakers interested in career advancement.
Ben Wright, the founder and CEO of Velocity Global, one of the worlds fastest growing Global Employment Solutions providers is our guest on this Globig Podcast to talk about employment alternatives in different countries, the differences between contractors and employees, things to watch out for, risks of non-compliance, and how to set up your team faster and cheaper when going abroad.
Join Laura McLoughlin from AFEX, a leading company for international payments and currency risk management, to learn about how to manage global payments across multiple countries & manage your currency risk.
We discuss how to save money, how to do business without setting up a new taxable entity in each country, and clever ways to manage currency fluctuations.
Globig interviews Chris Raulf of Boulder SEO Marketing, an international SEO expert and global speaker on iSEO. You'll learn how to implement a strategy for optimizing international websites for both on-site and off-site search engine optimization, tools that work well, and effective social media sites you may not be thinking of using yet.
Learn more about what companies are doing as options for managing data transfers now that the Safe Harbor framework has been ruled invalid and what you can do to manage your data given the EUs announcement that they will begin mass legal actions starting January 2016 for offenders.
Globig invited Mike Heilbronner, the President of IdeaLegal as a guest speaker. IdeaLegal is a law firm specializing in International Trademarking and Mike shares his experience and sights about why international trademarking is so important before going global, the risks of not being prepared, and how countries differ in their approach to trademarking.