Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Continental Who’s who Business development through global attraction…

Being global is spreading your name in a manner so as to reach a wider spectrum of people across the globe. It is about creating new relations and taking them to the pinnacle and doing this whole activity repetitively. With globalization the world seems to have become very small and closer, making the reach of new avenues of business a possible dream.

In order to increase visibility to potential clients and to gain exposure to prospective partners one has to concentrate on the all round development of the business constantly. One has to involve in business networking and use various other mediums of frequenting communication with concerned people worldwide. Even to expose the Business accomplishments is a task needing constant efforts. One has to prove the credibility of his business in his own industry and profession and prove the recognition of his business achievements enabling reach worldwide.

Business development is among the foremost concerns of any organization; much of the attention should be devoted to developing and exploiting the business opportunities that are present in the outside world. Global business development has to emphasize on communicating industry opportunities to management and help facilitate internal enhancements designed to best position the company for success. The main focus should be on developing and executing the growth strategy for the business. One has to be focused on developing high level client relationships with global companies and be extremely credible and professional in terms of approach to generating and maintaining “value adding” relationships.

Be actively visible!!

1 comment:

  1. There is a long standing debate over which phone is most efficient for business and professional use.

    In my opinion, both phones have great e-mail and web browsing capabilities which make business much easier while on the go. Recently, the iPhone has even become compatible with Exchange Server, making a big step toward incorporating with business capabilities. While the Blackberry used to be deemed as the better phone for professionals due to its superior e-mail ability, the iPhone has made great strides in favor of business use. And perhaps, most importantly to some, both phones stand up to the test of continuous wear and tear, dropping, and abuse that they suffer by their owners on a daily basis.

    Personally, I think that Applications are what set the iPhone apart from the Blackberry. Currently there are thousands of Apps in every category imaginable that can aid in all areas of life, including business. That is why I am really looking forward to the launch of Continental Who’s Who’s iPhone App. I usually find myself visiting the site to network, view new members, and to see what’s new in the professional community. With the launch of this App, I will be able to browse the site on the go, making life just a little bit easier. I definitely recommend checking it out. If you are a part of the business world, you will not be disappointed.