The May issue of In Business Magazine is out today, and there are eight new articles on global business in our eight page section, along with some other treats.
Pick up your own in-print magazine, and if you're a member and don't have one, please reach out to our staff for your own copy.
This month Arielle Cottrell writes about our 500 metro reach, and on globalizing your company through interns. Are you located anywhere in the world and want access to interns from anywhere in the world? Tap in to our partner AIESEC and learn more about how to access global interns here.
Also this month Don Henninger shares information on Export Circles℠ - rolling out in Phoenix and in a dozen metros around the world. Watch for one in your area soon, and contact us for more information on this service for members who are experienced exporters.
Dakota Drake writes about making global connections and a unique program by the Global Chamber for members called "League of Extraordinaries"... only extraordinary executives need apply! 'Connections' can be a fuzzy concept, but we make it sharp, fun and valuable.
Finally Doug Bruhnke writes on some global business topics including how global travel and business make you more creative... as if you needed another excuse to take your business global! There's also information on FDI - and how a focus by communities on investment can lead to more exports.
May 2015 Articles on Global Business:
Globalize Your Company through Interns - Arielle Cottrell
Making Global Connections Work - Dakota Drake
Discover Global Markets - Doug Bruhnke
Why Foreign Direct Investment Matters - Doug Bruhnke
Going Global Makes You More Creative - Doug Bruhnke
League of Extraordinaries - Dakota Drake
More Global Success via Export Circles - Don Henninger
500 Metros, Unlimited Possibilities - Arielle Cottrell
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Special thanks to Rick McCartney, Publisher of In Business Magazine, who has the vision to include global business topics. Thank you, Rick!