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3 things you need to know before going international

Many entrepreneurs dream of growing their business and expanding it to new heights, and taking your enterprise international may be the ultimate realization of that goal. Whether you plan to do business in Asia, Europe or elsewhere internationally, there are a few things you should know before you embark on this new business venture. 

How Georgia businesses can protect their trade secrets

Trade secrets can be vital to your company's success, and you certainly do not want your competitors to learn about them. Taking the right steps to safeguard trade secrets can help you get legal recourse if an employee or another person tries to take unlawful advantage of this inside knowledge.

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