international management


The management of business operations for an organization that conducts business in more than one country. International management requires knowledge and skills above and beyond normal business expertise, such as familiarity with the business regulations of the nations in which the organization operates, understanding of local customs and laws, and the capability to conduct transactions that may involve multiple currencies.

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  • Mr. Smith who was appointed as International Management for the new company met with the CEO of the US branch of the company today to discuss new projects.

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  • The executive team was very excited about expanding into global markets. In order to be successful the CEO decided to hire an international management team direct from London.

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  • Our international management program was working well and I really enjoyed what we were doing as a brand new company.

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