Imax studied the Chinese market for over a decade before entering. Taking the long view has reaped rewards.
Toronto's Utilicor found that having a great product isn't enough to crack often complicated marketplaces. It takes special insights
From understanding Incoterms to fighting arbitrary measures by foreign governmenets, a look back at some of our best stories on SMEs and exporting from 2014
Nurse Next Door was born in the relatively straightforward Canadian market. Selling into the U.S. proved far more complex
In this week's Export Wire: China's craving for dependable Western products; Canada's ambivalence about free trade with Thailand; and will there be a Canadian dividend from a more open Cuba?
Falling oil may not be good for the petroleum industry, but it can be good for you. Make sure you know what strategies to use in the coming months
The biggest development of 2014: Armed conflict threatens the world's largest economic zone at a time of structural vulnerability
A ruined reputation isn't just for big companies. You need to know what to do before something or someone threatens your firm's good name abroad
Sandra Oliver discovered that many busy executives don't have time to meet with coaching professionals, so her coaches mentor them remotely
In this week's Export Wire: The perils of recruiting help in the Middle Kingdom; why Atlantic Canada needs to step up its game; and the impact oil prices will have on the economy
Country-of-origin rules are important to understand. Why? Not complying might cost you more than cash penalties