MBA in International Management from Erasmus University, The Netherlands
Bachelor's degree in Science from the State University of New York, Binghamton
Publisher of two underground best-selling booklets under the Lessons From the Road series
Dozens of start-up successes, and 3 colossal start-up failures (great learning experience)
Work experience in 72 countries
On-the-ground experience in Europe, Asia and The Middle East
Creator/Founder of www.internationalbusinessminute.com
Creator/Founder of www.lemonaderadio.com
Published: May 12, 2017.
Essay » Business
See how the tough streets of Hell's Kitchen prepared this author for a marketing career. Meet the characters he grew up with....tough guys who were all marketing geniuses (but they didn't know it). It's an easy fun read with New York City as a backdrop.
Get ahead in your business. Here are 50 tips to use technology and other means to get a quick advantage. I wrote this book and sell it for $1.99 because it is exhausting listening to people tell me that “they don’t know where to begin.” Now you’ve spent 2 bucks. You’re more committed than you were 5 minutes ago. You can do one task each day. Most of these items are free.
Be smarter than you were before the invention of the Internet. 3D Printing is new, hot and controversial. See the trends being created by this new industry and the market opportunities that will flow. Read about international applications and why this technology is so frightening to established firms. See what money making opportunities exist for you and your company. Www.howto3dprintmoney.com
Don't Work Without A Strategy! The Workbook is organized logically. It starts by helping the user understand the market, the firm itself and the directions being pursued. It asks the user to undergo common methodologies such as defining missions and visions. The user is then required to pull out actionable strategies, measurement techniques and list the parties responsible for fulfillment.
How do you select a foreign market correctly? Is there a way to "grade" a market and compare one country to another? How do you choose the correct way to enter a foreign market? How do you effectively sell in different countries? What are the roadblocks and pitfalls that await you overseas? How do you avoid "losing your shirt" abroad?
Are you interested in Global Business? Don't have time to read a book? This book is 123 one-liners collected after a 30 year career in international business. There are proverbs, checklists, and a great deal of good solid advice from the People who brought you Lessons from the Road; Start up tips 1-2-3
Courses and books dealing with startups tend not to cover the subject matter needed. Textbooks often explain theories, and shy away from the reality that entrepreneurs experience. After more than twenty start-ups in the USA and abroad, these lessons from the road have become a collection; and they are all one-liners; you can get a complete thought in a few seconds...so you have no excuse!