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'I don't call expanding to New Jersey thinking globally.'
"That's Karl, before he was purchased by the Chinese."
'Should have shook hands...' - 'Should have bowed...' - 'Should have read the keynote...'
'We had to think globally since the American consumer was finally on to us.'
"Your company must be huge. before they gave me to you I was speaking to someone in India."
"I just bought 50 shares of IBM...International Barking Mammals!"
'In the modern world manufacturing takes place in China. Most R&D is one in South Korea and support and logistics is based in India.'
'The Americans aren't objecting in principal to a merger down the line as long as we build a Chinese wall to keep a couple of things secret from the Chinese.'
"I have served on various boards of directors, and I am a longstanding member of the organization Businessmen Without Boundaries."
"That's what comes from being a multinational. The company picnic will be in Terra del Fuego."
Brokers Without Borders.
'I was swallowed up by a multi-national.'
"Our sales have come a long way in a short time."
"Well, Gordon, you checked the box on your application saying you'd be willing to relocate, and I don't care if it was back in 1982."
Man and his translator stick out their tongues.
"Nice to meet you. You must excuse me I'm still suffering from jet lag."
"You can do business anywhere... as long as you can speak their menu."
"Which wording do you prefer on our new company logo, 'One World' or 'All Ours'?"
"Did you speak to our client in Australia?"
"That's obvious by looking at the map."
"We'll ask China to come to the party."
'They gave me a choice...they would either off-shore my job, or I could keep my job if I moved to India.'
"You're looking for an international expert? I'm your man! My computer is from China, the desk is from Romania and my clothes are made in Bangladesh!"
'Thanks for flying in for the meeting.'