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Article techcrunch.com

Twitter explored buying India’s ShareChat and turning Moj into a global TikTok rival – TechCrunch - TechCrunch


Twitter recently held talks to acquire Indian social media startup ShareChat as the company explored ways to expand its presence in the world’s second-largest internet market an...

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Article fortune.com

What Startups Should Keep in Mind When Trying to Go Global - Fortune


Scott Galit, CEO of Payoneer, explains. Read his tips here.

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Article blog.ycombinator.com

Going Global with Your Startup – Y Combinator - Y Combinator


It’s worth thinking fairly early on about what it means to have international customers, partners, employees, and offices, and what kinds of international growth and infrastruct...

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Article hbr.org

Go International, Young Startup | Harvard Business Review - Harvard Business Review (2013)


Don’t assume global growth will be too expensive until you’ve done your research.

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Article collaborativefund.com

Sustainable Sources of Competitive Advantage · Collaborative Fund - Collaborative Fund (2017)


“As soon as a smart product or business idea becomes popular, the urge to copy it and commoditize it is the strongest force economics can unleash. Jeff Bezos summed this up when...

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Article blog.google

The Google Assistant is going global - Google (2018)


Over the past year and a half, the Google Assistant has grown from being available on just one device in one language to across many types of devices, including speakers, phones...

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The Google Assistant is going global - Google


Over the past year and a half, the Google Assistant has grown from being available on just one device in one language to across many types of devices, including speakers, phones...

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Article blog.google

The Google Assistant is going global - Google (2018)


Over the past year and a half, the Google Assistant has grown from being available on just one device in one language to across many types of devices, including speakers, phones...

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Article hult.edu

How cultural differences impact international business | Hult International Business School - Hult News (2017)


"As companies continue to expand across borders and the global marketplace becomes increasingly more accessible for small and large businesses alike, 2017 brings ever more oppor...

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11 Biggest Challenges of International Business in 2017 | Hult - Hult News (2017)


2016 was a year of change. Nowhere was it felt more than in the world of international business. See what challenges international business will face in 2017.

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Article techcrunch.com

PayPal confirms that it is buying payments startup iZettle for $2.2B in an all-cash deal – TechCrunch - TechCrunch (2018)


PayPal is taking its biggest bet yet on point-of-sale transactions, small businesses and markets outside of the U.S. as it looks to raise its game against Square, Stripe and oth...

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Article hbr.org

How Netflix Expanded to 190 Countries in 7 Years - Harvard Business Review - Harvard Business Review (2018)


The majority of its revenue now comes from outside the U.S.

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Article theatlantic.com

Motor Scooters Race to Catch Up With Electric Scooters - The Atlantic - The Atlantic (2018)


Shared, electric motor scooters are racing to catch up with Bird, Lime, and other kick-scooter brands, as tech companies attempt to reinvent urban mobility. But can these vehicl...

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Article bloomberg.com

Indian Hotel-Booking Startup Oyo Raises $1 Billion to Fund Overseas Push || Bloomberg


Oyo Hotels, an Indian startup for booking reliable rooms in the country’s chaotic lodging market, is raising $1 billion to fund expansion into China and other global region..

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Article techcrunch.com

Smule raises $20M, with plans to expand India operations – TechCrunch - TechCrunch


App maker turned music social network Smule has raised another $20 million. The latest round follows a $54 million raise in May of last year, led by Tencent, intent on helping t...

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Article firstround.com

The Inside Story on How SurveyMonkey Cracked the International Market | First Round Review


SurveyMonkey CTO Selina Tobaccowalla provides a deep dive into how the company internationalized to build a world-class business.

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Article thenextweb.com

US accelerators are embracing Latin American startups — and it’s paying off - The Next Web (2019)


Before 2011, three of the top accelerators in the US, Y Combinator, 500 Startups, and Techstars, didn’t accept a single Latin American startup. 500 Startups was the first to pay...

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Y Combinator - VIPKID Cindy Mi and Qi Lu Share Advice for Entrepreneurs Building Global Companies - Y


Y Combinator Published on Jan 16, 2019 Cindy Mi is the founder and CEO of VIPKID. VIPKID is a 1-on-1 teaching platform where children in China learn english from North America...

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Article techcrunch.com

Wolt closes $530M round to continue expanding beyond restaurant delivery – TechCrunch - TechCrunch


Wolt, the Helsinki-based online ordering and delivery company that initially focused on restaurants but has since expanded to other verticals, has raised $530 million in new fun...

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Article thenextweb.com

Google's bringing its Kormo app for entry-level job searches to India - The Next Web (2019)


Google is looking to bring its Kormo app to India to capture the job market scene in India, according to a report by the Economic Times.

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Article bloomberg.com

How Twitter Became Ubiquitous in Japan - Bloomberg (2019)


Rising ad dollars from Japan has bolstered the company’s total revenue Now, five years after Sasamoto joined, Japan is Twitter's second-largest market, and it raked in $136 m...

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Article chanind.github.io

So you want your app/website to work in China… | chanind - chanind.github.io (2019)


Wait, what do you mean make my app/site work in China? I don’t have to do anything to make my app work in the US or Singapore or Kenya or anywhere else, and I didn’t make the Ch...

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Flow raises $37M to simplify international e-commerce – TechCrunch - TechCrunch


Flow, a startup that helps brands and retailers build a cross-border e-commerce business, has raised $37 million in Series B funding. CEO Rob Keve said that thanks to the magic ...

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