Lowered Barriers for International Business in the US

Champion Assistant Virtual Business Team

Champion Assistant Virtual Business Team

The risks of international business are inherent, but the potential gains are boundless.  Doing business internationally has never been easier due to increased use of internet  and virtual offices. Businesses don’t even need a physical presence in order to be successful.

In today’s global economy, international companies are looking for strategic support to enable them to conduct business in the US. While it isn’t always practical to set up physical offices in the US, it is still possible to have an effective presence in the US through virtual offices. Champion Assistants is one of the pioneers helping international business seamlessly conduct business in the US through localizing websites, adapting sales and marketing materials, and even acting as a headquarters for the company. We act on behalf of our clients, as their virtual staff and as points of contacts for their customers.

A key part of what we do is consulting with our clients and making recommendations regarding how they can better penetrate the US market. Our focus has always been on implementing sales and marketing strategies, while providing general office support, but we’ve really enjoyed increased interest from our international clients.

More and more, companies are understanding that their customers are not limited to local markets. Through increased use of internet and online sales tactics, the possibilities are nearly limitless. Knowing how to approach a foreign market takes the expertise of professionals in that country, which is why we offer our support.  Localizing products, services, websites and any other materials used to communicate with prospects and clients is essential to building solid relationships.  The extra attention placed on localizing is extremely effective at increasing competitive advantage and demonstrating commitment to that demographic.  While the barriers to international business are low, the key to succeed is localization.

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