Entering an Emerging Market


Entering an emerging market is not easy. In our experience in teaching this topic, consulting for several multinational corporations around the world, and being a practitioner ourselves, we find that emerging markets are tough to enter. Government interference, backward infrastructure, and a lack of skilled workers require a lot of patience, perseverance, and specialized assistance. Opportunities in the emerging markets come with their own set of challenges. For instance, often lack of education of the workforce translates into thwarted growth being curbed by a lack of a skilled workforce. Other challenges that arise are legal frameworks with regard to trade policies, which may be absent or underdeveloped, ...

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