An enterprise always strives to grow. Businesses that are local are trying hard to expand globally and those with global presence are seeking to make inroads into domestic markets.Single enterprises want to expand and transform into franchises while multiple enterprises are working towards streamlining operations. In this evolving market dynamics, every organization is focussed on adapting to change and flourish.
The Growth Summit will highlight ways to scale a business and sustain it.
Going global need not be looked upon as a herculean task. Identify the countries to implement your expansion plans, based on your industry needs and purpose.
Learn how to go global from legal and budgetary perspectives. Follow methods to hire, negotiate and train your first employee in any country. Learn how to identify international partners to work with and build strategic relationships with diverse countries. Learn to implement the following basic business policies if you are thinking of expansion:
The New Global Mantra:Fusion of creativity - innovation flowing in from west to east and vice versa.
Taking the global market trends into consideration from the early stages of your business
Thinking global partnerships & acquisitions whenneeded or desired
Penetrating new markets & protecting your business against volatility
Think 'GLocal': How to Build a Localized Business That Will Grow Global
Consumers can no longer connect with the standardized products of global corporations. When in Britain, behave likea Brit and when in India, be an Indian.
It has become indispensable to give your products or services a local touch of the base market as regionalism have gained prominence.
All big brands have had to rethink their strategy. From tech giants like Facebook to global automobile-makers like Suzuki - all had to align their services and even products to the needs of the countries they wanted to operate in.
Rethinking the 'one-size-fits-all' strategy
What changes are a must for 'glocalizing' your business
How to promote your products and services in a new market
Recruiting the right regional talent to maintain brand value
How to Bridge the Start-up/ Enterprise Divide
Every entrepreneur is a small business owner at some stage of his/hergrowth.It becomes problematic when you stop being a start-up.
Every business sees an inflection point. The key lies in working persistently and diligently towards sustainability and survival. To need to ponder over the following issues:
When is it time to rethink about the cycle of launch-grow-survive
How to establish synergies with complimenting businesses to grow
When do you call yourself a sustained enterprise
Overcoming the fear of remaining great as the company grew, with values intact, was a problem. This talk will cover how these entrepreneurs addressed this challenge and have grown substantially with over 250 employees onboard. It will focus on core principles of a company that guides the decisions they make and actions they take.