Tips on International Operations and Expansion

Posted by: Doug Bruhnke - Global Chamber on Friday, March 6, 2020

Is your business prepared to operate and grow internationally more effectively in 2020?

How can you globalize every aspect of your operations to increase growth and profits?

Every day the world is increasingly more global, and the opportunities are not just for large corporations.

Small and medium firms can effectively grow globally if they implement the right process for their operations. Join us to listen to four outstanding experts on the topic of how your business can more effectively expand and run international operations.

In this globinar on international operations and global expansion the topics included handling foreign currency, managing transfer pricing, hiring and compensating regional talent, and much more. Great discussion!

Watch and hear more here.


  • Kevin Burke - Partner Development Manager at Globalization Partners
  • Alex Martin - Partner at KBKG
  • Prof. Roberto Ancis - CEO/founder at Coaching Professors
  • Kevin West - Director of Channel Sales at

Speakers Bio

Kevin Burke - Partner Development Manager at Globalization Partners. Kevin is an experienced business developer with a strong background in developing relationships and sales strategy, achieving a portfolio of engagements spanning many industries working with multiple decision makers including C-level executives. Specializes in business development, sales strategy development and execution, coaching and mentoring junior level account executives, growing existing business, and leading complex sales/business relationships. Extensive experience across multiple industries including Private Equity, Venture Capital, Technology, Advertising, Financial Services, Healthcare & Life Sciences, and Consumer Products industries. Proven leader who is detail-oriented, a strong communicator and analytical.

Alex Martin - Partner at KBKG. Alex Martin is Principal and Transfer Pricing Practice leader at KBKG. He has 22 years of full-time transfer pricing experience working in Washington, D.C.; Melbourne, Australia; and Detroit, Michigan over the course of his career. Alex has assisted companies in many industries addressing transfer pricing issues on a US and global basis. Prior to joining KBKG, Alex's transfer pricing team was named one of the world's leading transfer pricing consultancies by International Tax Review for three years in a row.

Prof. Roberto Ancis - CEO/Founder at Coaching Professors LLC'Prof.' ROBERTO J. ANCIS - B.S. Physics, MS Chemistry and Computer Science, MBA Marketing, Management and International Business. University instructor, researcher, business and technical marketing consultant since 1981. Nationally and internationally known for his seminars in business development, sales, marketing, branding, consumer psychology, direct marketing, distribution marketing, outreach and Internet strategies. Having taught International Business for the past 37 years in Graduate School of the University of Phoenix, to MBA candidates, the CEO and founder of Coaching Professors, Inc. has advised and provided guidance for many foreign companies to successfully enter the United States and for U.S. companies to expand their reach outside U.S. national boundaries. Since 1981, he has also offered workshops and seminars in corporate and personal effectiveness, to over 60,000 participants.

Kevin West - Director of Channel Sales at Kevin brings a wealth of experience in the foreign exchange and international payment industry. XE are part of the Euronet (NASDAQ:EEFT) family, specialists in international payments and foreign exchange risk management for businesses and larger corporations.On a daily basis, we help our clients reduce costs of doing business internationally by providing preferential rates of exchange and a tailored FX service. With offices in the US, UK, Netherlands, Australia and New Zealand, XE have the global footprint to support international businesses and individuals.








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