It’s a small, but extremely connected world. It’s true in the sense of the information you can access across the globe and your connectivity with important decision makers and business leaders from all over the globe. This is evident most in global business. Global business is an expression used to describe any company or other entity that conducts business outside of its home country.

Businesses of all sizes need to ensure that they are well-prepared to face the challenges of global trade. This includes understanding the nuances and politics of international business, as well as being able to work with colleagues and partners in countries that are different than their own.

The undergraduate Journal of Global Business and Trade JGBT, also known as JGBT is a journal that features articles, reports and commentary that are relevant to global business. It’s also an official publication of the Consortium for Undergraduate International Business Education (CUIBE).

It’s crucial to know how cultural differences can affect the performance of your business abroad, whether you’re a business owner looking to enter global markets, or need to ensure that your team is well-prepared. This means learning the customs such as holidays, beliefs, holidays and social customs of the various cultures you might encounter in your international business endeavors. This is a great way to improve your “export intelligence.” It’s also helpful to be able to communicate with business associates from different countries. For instance diverse cultures have different expectations about personal space and greetings.