Growing Within the Borders

Before attempting to expand operations internationally businesses should explore opportunities to do so within the country.

Monday, June 18, 2012

An article in points out the advantages, especially in relation to costs, of growing a business within the country, and the specific potential of the interior of Guatemala for expanding business operations.

"Although our country is really very small in terms of geographical distance, the rates businesses with national coverage are low and opportunities are available for many businesses and entrepreneurs."

"Growing into Guatemala represents a potential market where businesses can capitalize on their experience and ability to expand and generate local employment and it is something that should not be viewed lightly as it concerns the development of our country."

"We can not ignore the fact that the same opportunity also applies in reverse, as there are great businesses which only operate locally in the departments and have not reached the capital city."

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