Different systems of economic organisation in market economies have led to the emergence of distinct business systems in the international economy. It is because of this how firms originating in different nations display systematic differences in structure, organisation and strategies.
We examine frameworks for understanding how, and the extent to which, systematic differences in industrialised nations are convergent or not and therefore determine each country business system model.
WE HELP SMEs TO GROW ON FOREIGN MARKETS by providing them with objective measures of business regulations for “doing business” in the chosen country.
We do help managers and directors to be aware of the many differences doing business abroad implies to. We assist managers in dealing with all these differences and to be trained to perform business accordingly. We advise managers interested in entering any foreign markets on to what extent they can replicate or not their current way of doing business, abroad.
We equip managers, interested in entering any foreign markets, with a shortlist of the most suitable foreign countries/markets to their current way of doing business.
We allow managers to chose any two countries, regions, nations or states and rate their way of doing business rapport.
We grant managers with the performance of 60 countries based on 333 criteria measuring different facets of competitiveness, thus a shortlist can be performed with those countries currently compatible with the former firm way of doing business.
Curious to benchmark and to determine the breach between YOUR way of doing business and THAT OF the company you want to deal with OR THAT OF the geographical market you are inclined to enter?
The CIBS Tool ®