Koteswara Rao VBSS

Connecting International markets to local businesses

                   The foreign market for almost everything is immense, but it’s not large enough for many entrepreneurs. For these business owners, the rest of the world is huge. Questing international growth by going global as an importer-exporter offers opportunity aplenty. Some of the peculiar benefits presented by adequately growing globally include as

You can prolong the sales life of existing products and services by identifying recent markets to sell them in. You can abridge your reliance on the markets you have developed in the United States. If your business is infested by undermining uncertainties in your markets due to climate or demand cycles, you can even out your sales by tapping markets with different products. You can capitalize on corporate technology and know-how.

Finally, by registering the global marketplace, you’ll learn how to conquer foreign companies-and even take the battle to them on their ground.

Performing business around the world can seem a long way from doing business in our hometown. Every year countless small businesses make the journey. Like most pathways, going global can be cut down to a series of steps. 


Financing your international expansion can be challenging.  Don’t count on foreign banks as a source, as they often require a local “presence”, are more expensive, and can be riddled with risk. Instead, try working with your existing U.S. bank and borrow against your foreign receivables. 

Banks will often entertain this type of lending with slightly lower advance rates compared to domestic receivables, as long as you get the foreign receivables insured in advance though companies such as Euler Hermes, FCIA, or AIG. 

Another back-end alternative could be available if you are dealing with a name brand customer in that receivables from the customer could be factored and turned into immediate cash by local in-country financing companies for relatively nominal rates (with recourse).

Modest firms should be planning to take a belief and transform their business models to grow beyond U.S. borders. Small businesses have just as much potential as multi-national companies to embark on the adventure of being part of the globalized economy and creating a positive impact on the bottom line


This shows how overlooking the slightest of details can have a harmful effect on your business, as well as reinforcing the inherent necessity of carrying out thorough market research. Working internationally is not around opening up your doors to the total business world straight away. It’s about initiating small and building up your business incrementally.

Dennis Day, head of Strategic Alliances at the TMF Group, and Michael Evans, managing director of the Newport Board Group, highlighted as much in a recent article for Forbes.

So ask yourself whether your product and the target market are a match made in heaven; what it is about your product that will trump competitors in this part of the world; the legal implications of operating there.

Also, in what is a much-unmarked area, decently familiarise yourself with the cultural shade that makes countries unique. Are you, for example, aware of the correct business etiquette – don’t provide flowers as a gift in China and sensitive to the need to adapt your business to suited in with your new customers? If not, you’re going to have a hard time gaining esteem.



Global EXIM Institute has visualized the trading capabilities of India ten years earlier. The Institute has been training individuals to interpret the trends of the export world. Groups of Business Individuals across the cities are trained through a timeline that helps covers a complete business cycle. Right from the basics of choosing a Product or Market to get money back to the account post the consignment, a trader learns it all at the institute. 

To enable the Indian entrepreneurs to network with the Icons of the world, GEI organized Accelerate and Accelerate 2.0, the magnum opuses that changed the face of Indian trade forever. The last edition of Accelerate witnessed Trade officials from 9 Countries, who came and pitched to the Global EXIM Family about the Trade Opportunities, Schemes, and Support that is rendered by their respective countries to Indian Exporters & Importers.

So far, several thousands of entrepreneurs across the nation have been empowered and guided to effectively reach the international market for a decade.

The nation-wide lockdown has indeed been a limitation for the conventional boardroom training pattern for Global EXIM. But the visionary behind GEI, Dr. Koteswara Rao, the founder, and EXIM guru did not believe that Lockdown was a limitation for learning.

Global EXIM quenches the thirst of beginners who want to excel in their careers in the field of exports and imports. We make export trading easy for reaching your global destinations.