An internationalization project involves concepts, practical alternatives, qualifications and several stakeholders. Consequently, it features differentiated deadlines, costs and budgeting. In order to be well-structured, one needs to fully comprehend the interdisciplinarity of the aspects posed by such a project:
- Market opportunities - attractiveness and competitiveness;
- Commercial negotiation - prices, guarantees, deadlines and limits of liability;
- Engineering: specification and qualification;
- Economy and finances: budgeting, working capital, funding, currencies and cash flow;
- Public control (valuation, licensing, taxes, benefits, and risks;
- Logistics (origins, destinations, routes, deadlines, handlings, storages and costs.