Globalization ROI Components

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There are many ways to calculate return on investment (ROI) for globalization projects. It’s important to include variables that relate to your company’s products, services, market position, and relationships outside your home market. Though language is an obvious component, there is more involved to making a product tailored for locale-specific opportunities. Learn how to calculate ROI for your globalization initiatives.

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