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criteria for a "go-global" decision

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I need help with the following. Thank you.
1. If you were an early-stage company what criteria would you use for a "go-global" decision? (Use subject: W4Q1)

2. Pick one of the five entry strategies listed in the lecture and explain the benefits and drawbacks associated with it for your company or one you know about. (Use subject: W4Q2) (My company again is Microsoft. Thanks RJ)

3. What trends do you feel are shaping the future of the global market for U.S. companies? (Use subject: W4Q3)

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1. If you were an early-stage company what criteria would you use for a "go-global" decision? (Use subject: W4Q1)
The stages of organization's evolution is first of all the organization will start exports of the goods and services because it involves low commitment of capital and in turn low risk and return. Export is the legitimate transportation of domestic or nationalized goods and services from a country intended for use or consumption rendered abroad. Exports can be any good that is shipped out of a government's border for commercial purposes.
Overall it involves low commitment of capital and in turn low risk and return. It is low risk, as it does not involve long-term capital investment in foreign location. Thus I will suggest exports for early stage company as the risk is low.

2. Pick one of the five entry strategies listed in the lecture and explain the benefits and drawbacks associated with it for your company ...

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If you were an early-stage company what criteria would you use for a "go-global" decision? (Use subject: W4Q1)

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