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With my experience dealing with clients from China, engineers from Germany, programmers from India, and partners from all over the United States with diverse backgrounds, I was inspired to launch my cross-cultural communications startup. Here are some things I learned along the way. Case Study: Amanda goes to China Here is the story of Amanda, an entrepreneur who went to China with a dream of expanding her business overseas. She expressed to me how challenging and frustrating it was to get things done on time and to get feedback from her local team.
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