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Client Spotlight - Philip Auerbach
Philip Auerbach has over 40 years’ experience helping companies expand into overseas markets. He has studied eight languages; lived in France, Japan, China and Southern Africa; visited over 55 countries; negotiated many international licensing agreements; and written countless articles and marketing brochures for global audiences. For almost 30 years, Philip has run Auerbach International, which helps companies, governments and nonprofits expand into countries and cultures. His firm identifies countries that clients can target and then develops strategies to enter those markets. Auerbach International is best known for translating any kind of high-level business, government or technical content into 80 languages with methods that guarantee accuracy and cultural sensitivity. .
In late 2018, he and his executive director launched the Auerbach Global-Impact Foundation. The AGIF is primarily funded by Philip’s company and works on the macro level to advance the missions of small and medium nonprofits worldwide ... because over 50,000 fail every year. Often this is due to nonprofit leaders’ lack of business skills, not realizing that a nonprofit is a business in a different form. For an enrollment fee of only $87/year, the AGIF’s member programs include weekly, year-long social media publicity to help generate donations and awareness; many training courses and resources; eight in-depth management reports; videos; and translations to reach new markets. As soon as funding can be raised, the AGIF will also award grants to subsidize courses and resources, since affordability is one of the primary obstacles to success.
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