Dec 6, 2012
Evan J. Segal has worked in business, government and philanthropy. He likes helping people raise the bar as he did when he was a manager. One of his major accomplishments was actually exporting finished American made goods to China. The Chinese told him that US companies should be flattered that the Chinese chose to copy their designs and appropriate their IP, as this was a sign that the company was on the right track. With these kind of compliments, how long can any business survive? But Evan figured out the special sauce and now he teaches others the correct way of competing internationally.
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