Those who travel overseas for business purposes are usually impressed to see that the skills they use on a daily basis in their country don’t always apply to a foreign audience.
Making a start-up recognized in another country is challenging. How can you succeed though? Is there something you can do to entice a foreign audience if you don’t have time to take an international business degree?
Sure; the secret to international business growth depends on solid public speaking abilities. English for example, is an international language.
If you’re from the USA, then you’re in luck. However, companies from Europe for example, won’t stand a change in the United States of America if the CEO can’t speak English fluently to market his business and deliver a compelling presentation.