The modern world is an immense place, and business people are constantly underestimating the size of global markets and the value of each share. Many worldwide markets are growing faster than corresponding markets in the United States; therefore, your share of one of these foreign niche markets could have greater growth potential than a share of an equally valuable American market today. Working internationally could give you better long-term opportunities if you choose well.
Despite great international opportunities, do not underestimate the limitless fantastic opportunities in portions of the U.S. and anywhere on-line.
Ever-evolving globalization makes world commerce much easier. Businesspeople in all countries can readily communicate with U.S. market players and vice-versa via telephones, Internet, SMS/Text Messaging, FedEx, translators, jet planes, and so on. If your competitors don’t know how to go global and you do, then you will likely gain market share at their expense.
With globalization, you can easily have your German employees engineer products for your Canadian market while using a Florida distribution center, Indian call center, and Swiss bank.