Thursday, March 11, 2010

Gross Reality's Mar 10 Show w/ Peter Frost: Going Global in Business

On the March 10th broadcast (below) of "Gross Reality," Steve Gross discussed doing business globally with Peter Frost, former Chief Executive Officer of HLB International, a world-wide network of independent professional accounting firms and business advisers.

Steve Gross is the executive director of Business Builders Team and a founding partner of HLB Member HLB Gross Collins. His radio show is dedicated to helping businesses and individuals survive and prosper in good & bad economic times. Steve opens every show with the theme of "the Good, the Bad, & the Ugly," a platform for the latest economic news.

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Peter Frost has spent the last 30 years working on the international scene. A UK chartered accountant by training, with a university degree in economics, he has been advising clients on their international expansion as well as travelling extensively, gaining a unique understanding of the different ways of doing business across the world, including how greatly varying cultures, social and even religious attitudes affect the way people do business.

During his time as CEO of HLB International he interfaced not only with a wide range of business leaders in different industries but has dealt with a multitude of professional and financial institutions, learning how important it is to obtain the right professional advice when expanding into a new territory. He has also met with senior national officials across the world and experienced how the political climate in a country can affect how business is conducted by foreign investors and enterprises.

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