Lack of Global Standardization Directly Impacts Market Access

A great number of companies define themselves as global, yet their scope for “global” varies and therefore so does their global compliance needs. One company might market its products in the U.S., Canada and European Union, while another might be introducing new products to 150-plus countries. No matter the company’s definition of “global,” there are several critical areas they should address to ensure they are truly ready to place products on markets worldwide.