Assimilation Key To International Success Of U.S. Designers, Builders; Global Golf Advisors’ DeLozier Leads Crittenden Development Discussion
October 12, 2012
"Assimilation is key to the success of U.S. course designers and builders who want to capitalize on golf's global growth, according to Henry DeLozier, who led a discussion earlier this week among development experts at the Crittenden Golf Conference in Dallas."
Global Golf Advisors thinks outside of the box by examining long-term market trends on a global scale. DeLozier recognizes the success of golf course industry development in global markets over that of the domestic market in the United States. DeLozier claims that assimilating into foreign cultures and building strong relationships with host nations are the keys to international success.
For more insight on golf development in global markets read the full article here.
Henry will continue to put these ideas into action as he travels to Shanghai, China this week to serve as program moderator for the BMI International Program sponsored by the Club Managers Association of America.
Please continue to check in with us throughout next week for updates on Global Golf Advisors' presence in China!
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