Is there anyone who I could help achieve something great. I'm a graduate in international management and I will help any entrepreneur who wants to go international! just tell me what you need to know, I'll answer your question!
man I'd totally go international. whenever i have a chance/I go international full stop. there is not a reason to go international in our day and age. sometimes i my international is so engorged (so to say) that i go full international and ITFO (international the fuck out) of myself.
>tfw no international
man, just get over your useless degree you rused yourslf in.
>>1082070 Yea you can help me. I'm trying to run a startup sperm bank. I put my sperm into used Mountain Dew bottles and empty Cheetos bags and try to sell it internationally. I could really use an international manager to ramp up the amount of customers I can reach.
How did you get into selling cars? Any prior sales experience of any kind? I assume you for work BMW/audi/benz, do you enjoy it?
Anyways, I would look for independent businesses (non franchise) who maybe have a strong local reputation (likely a friendlier owner). Go for businesses that you think earn a lot/ have been around for a while. When you finally meet them, I suggest you try to sell them the car by showing how it could help their business. For example I know a real estate agent who bought a BMW X3 and wrapped it with her company, face and name all over it. Similarly,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1082036 It was random really - I really needed a job after uni and it was the best thing going. I'm only doing it in the interim so I can move to a different role within the company.
I actually don't really enjoy selling cars even though I'm quite good at it - I'm the European top 3. Most customers are fine to deal with it's just the others which are self-entitled assholes who always throw their toys out the pram like little babies.
No previous sales experience. I don't want to stay... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Call them up and say that you have a sale or something (hopefully you do) and that this would be a prime opportunity for them to come and take a look at your selection as they would save money as well as improve their marketing.
Some will say this belongs in the sports thread but I figure they're all idiots and I don't care for sports so here I am. Anyways, I read a Forbes article that ends up saying "Newton will pay California 99.6% of his Super Bowl earnings if the Panthers win. Losing means his effective tax rate will be a whopping 198.8%. Oh yeah, he will also pay the IRS 40.5% on his earnings." This just doesn't make sense to me... Why are these percentages so large and why is he paying Cali + IRS? Furthermore he just signed a $100M+ contract why are his taxes so low? I'm... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1082017 Bro, don't ask people what to buy. Trust me, your better off doing your own research or taking guesses. Online recommendations can be good buy you have no clue who they are coming from and most are awful suggestions. What are you trying to get out of investing? Short term gains or long term gains?
Get 1000 euro's passive income a month. Become financially independent, don't have a job. Rent a small apartment. Live frugal but comfy. not being a wageslave. Have all the time in the world to do what I want. Partly use the time I have to make more money with investing, saving, trading, learning, enjoying life.
Do you need to register as foreign business in Nevada if all your business is done online?
I'm a US citizen been living in Japan on and off selling random stuff online for pocket money. I'm moving back soon and I wanted to make an LLC so I could have a partner in the states help with tech stuff and expand into a legitimate small business. Neither of us are residents of Nevada but everything I've read says Nevada has better legal protection.
Anyone seen the recent paper explaining that according to their research since the US made the extensive trade agreements with China in the 90's, American workers have actually lost more jobs than were gained from this trade. They adjusted for all the arguments about structural changes, dying industries, and the new jobs that were made by the trade.
Their eventual conclusion was that free trade is still generally good, but China was a special case because of their sheer economies... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Hey guys if you guy here http://www.spreecast.com/events/n2-7-16-chemistry he's hosting a live chemistry event. Lets talk about how he comitted so much fraud and fucked over everyone and see if we can't piss him off. Anyone down???
Hey /biz/. I have the opportunity to study in my country's best law school, which has partnerships with excellent law schools in other countries (eg. Yale).
However, I don't know if I should do it, since I don't want to build my career in my country, and that I'd rather work elsewhere (either in Canada or the US). Would a law degree force me to work in my country, even if I specialize in something like international law? I'm certainly not going to study public or criminal law, for example, but I'm still worried. I'm not even sure... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1081798 A law degree and law licence are really only useful in the country that issued them.
If you want to practice in the U.S., for example, any foreign law licence is irrelevant and does not authorize you to act as an attorney in any state. You would still need to pass the relevant state bar exam. Even before that, your academic credentials would be scrutinized to determine if you are qualified to sit for the bar. Unless your degree is from The United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, or Israel, there's... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1081911 That's too bad. >If you want to practice in the US Well, I did say that I wasn't set on becoming an attorney and working at a law firm specifically, and that I assumed a law degree would be versatile enough for a career in diplomacy or consulting (that's an example, I'm not dead-set on anything in particular).
The main advantage a law degree from a top school offers is a wide range of prospective careers and great versatility, or at least that's what... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I won't say that having a foreign law degree would have no value in the U.S. business or diplomatic spheres, but I wouldn't put much value in it either. Since you can't practice law in the U.S. without a U.S. law licence, you wouldn't be permitted to give your U.S. employer or clients any legal advice about issues in your home country. At best, you could help issue-spot potential legal trouble areas, although your lack of practical legal experience in your home country would severely impair your usefulness in this context.
>The... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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