Entering international markets
Networks are elementary to business success: above all when it is comes to entering new target markets abroad, as cultural and legal differences can become insurmountable barriers. Which legal form do I choose when opening a subsidiary abroad? How do I behave appropriately at business appointments abroad? What should I be aware of when dealing with employees?
What we can do for you
CyberForum supports businesses from the digital economy in avoiding such pitfalls. We have been involved in EU projects such as Be Wiser or UPSIDE for more than 10 years, organise delegations to for example Silicon Valley or India and are networked worldwide with 57 clusters in 32 countries through the Business Roaming Agreement Clusterize.
Clusterize: Business Roaming Agreement
The Business Roaming Agreement Clusterize primarily supports small and medium-sized enterprises for international projects. Clusterize currently links about 60 cluster and cluster-like organisations in Europe, North America, South America, Asia and Australia.
You have the opportunity with Clusterize to have access for a defined timeframe to the partner network infrastructure and, for example, use meeting rooms, so you can get to know the potential target market and make contact with possible business partners before opening your subsidiary. You will be supported by employees in situ who can share their many years of experience in the regional economy as well as establish business contacts.
You can find further information about Business Roaming Agreement Clusterize on the project website.