Most companies still think about exporting, which in some cases is a good way to enter a market, while in other cases it represents a limitation to the opportunities offered by a country.

Strategic alliances, direct investments and internalization of human resources are an equally valid alternative to accessing foreign markets, for both large companies and SMEs.
The company that decides to develop its business abroad, as well as good planning, needs to have knowledge of the country and build relations, minimizing the costs of learning.

Secondly, it requires different skills (from language to managerial skills, from fiscal to legal aspects), which can not be enclosed in a single figure.

Nova Lando acts as the collector of the knowledge and professional skills needed to develop in foreign markets, and is a useful tool for the management of companies’ internationalization processes.