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Impact Of Globalization: The Good, The Bad, The Inevitable

Globalization is not a new concept in the world. It may be farther along and advancing at a faster rate than ever before, but globalization has been …

The Effect of Globalisation on Small Business

In the last few years, the effect of globalisation on businesses and especially small businesses has been the topic of conversation in academia as …

Negative Effects of Globalization

In today's market, increased internet access has created a buyer’s market. Consumers no longer have to travel to different physical locations to …

The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly Side Of Globalization

Globalization, the increasing integration and interdependence of domestic and overseas markets, has three sides: the good side, the bad side, and the ugly side.<p>The good side of globalization is all about the efficiencies and opportunities open markets create. Business can communicate efficiently …

Small Businesses Going Global

<i>The globalization, localization, and translation industry is full of small businesses offering their products and services across borders. As such,</i> …

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Impact of Globalization on Small Businesses

The following is a classic story, often used by socialists to highlight the “evils of a capitalist society” – the small town grocer gets mercilessly …

Globalization

Square and PayPal have given small businesses a new way to accept credit cards, but the tech isn't as popular as it seems

All over you see small businesses with smartphone and tablet credit card readers that seem to have replaced bulky payment registers.<p>But these devices from companies like Square and PayPal may be less disruptive than initially believed.<p>To better understand how small businesses are accepting payments …