The decision on which and how many markets address, how to get into them, the type of organization, are decisions that require rigorous analysis of strategic nature.
Typically the transformation from a national company into international occurs through a gradual process, in which the degree of commitment of the company grows as increases their knowledge of the external market and the variables inherent in the process.
We provide solutions to the obstacles in the process of internationalization:
- Financial obstacles
- Lack of funding
- Volatility of exchange rates
- Trade barriers
- Lack of knowledge of business opportunities
- Difficult access to potential buyers abroad.
- Lack of contacts and knowledge of how to act in the target market.
- Logistical obstacles
- High costs of transport, coordination and control.
- Cultural Barriers
- Trends and traditions
- Legal restrictions imposed by Governments
- Tariff barriers: customs duties
- Non-tariff barriers: quality control, health, technical specifications, safety regulations, etc.
- Direct investment Obstacles imposed by countries
- Controls to the property of the company
- Restrictions for repatriation of profits
- Obligation to manufacture products with local components