Quick wins in global trade? Get a better understanding of the business practices first

22. July 2020

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If you want to enter global trade or seek international project financing, it is important to have a good knowledge and understanding of the standards, procedures and customs in this area.

That's why questions about your knowledge, experience and established contacts in the industry in which you want to become active and successful are at the very beginning of my free Human Due Diligence Checklist.

In other words, the more you know about what is customary in the industry and what is not, the less you run the risk of being ripped off time and again.

How do you personally assess an industry you're new to, especially when there's a lack of transparency (and a quicksand of scammers)?

About the author

Dr. Jan Hendrik Taubert

I am an international Trusted Advisor (Lawyer) and Private Mentor for successful global entrepreneurs and investors like yourself. I support you worldwide on site to grow your projects, trade and finance in a lawful way – to make a difference in the world. In my spare time you will find me by the sea, in the sea or on the sea – meditating, swimming or sailing.

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