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Perhaps one of the most frequent challenges that entrepreneurs face as their businesses grow is to expand their market internationally. In other cases there are entrepreneurs who want to start from scratch in another country. What they have in common is that internationalization and entrepreneurship requires a certain analysis of the market and the conditions of the entrepreneurial ecosystem that you want to enter.
If this is your
LAKE CITY, Ia. — Fire destroyed a western Iowa business that makes pipe organs for churches, schools and other customers around the world.
The fire at Dobson Pipe Organ Builders in Lake City was reported around 4 p.m. Tuesday, officials said. Firefighters who arrived on the scene found the building engulfed in flames, which caused the building’s exterior walls to collapse.
One employee of the company was burned when he discovered the fire and tried to put out the flames, according to authorities. The State Fire Marshal’s Office said it believes the fire was started by a malfunctioning fan that
Asian shares were mixed in quiet trading Wednesday ahead of a U.S. Federal Reserve meeting that may give clues on what lies ahead with its massive support for markets.
Japan released data that showed its trade surplus jumped 49.6% in
N.C. State baseball coach Elliott Avent didn’t sugarcoat how big this weekend is for his team.
Avent, the Wolfpack’s veteran skipper, is headed to the College World Series for the first time since 2013. He knows firsthand the glitz and glamour that his team will experience in Omaha, even if some of the festivities will be cut short due to COVID.
He called the CWS the “greatest experience in their collegiate life,” which includes the big stadium, the red carpet treatment and all eyes on the Midwest for two weeks.
The key, though, is not to get too caught up
Katie Ledecky took care of business securing her ticket to Tokyo on Monday with yet another dominating win in the 400 metres freestyle at the U.S. Olympic swimming trials.
The world record holder and gold medallist at the Rio Olympics, Ledecky made it look effortless in front of a cheering crowd, taking the lead from the first stroke and cruising home in a time of four minutes, 1.27 seconds, more than three seconds clear of her nearest threat.
Ledecky just might be the best female swimmer in the world but even she must go through the crucible that is the