Emily Levin

Setting Up 47 Employees in 14 Different Countries

by Emily Levin
November 2018

With a carveout, finding a home for newly acquired employees in countries where the buyer does not have an entity and is not registered to run payroll in country can be tough. The time and effort it takes to negotiate the work arounds, set up entities, and navigate myriad employment law issues with only a handful of employees can be disproportionate to the size of the deal.

That’s where we come in.

Globalization Partners specializes in helping companies set up employees in countries where they do not already have a recognized business entity. But we also have solutions when it comes to M&A activity. Whether it’s three employees in one country, or 47 employees in 14 countries, Globalization Partners has the technical expertise to act as an extension of the buy-side team to transition these employees and get them on payroll ready for deal close.

Read the Case Study: Setting Up 47 Employees in 14 Different Countries. If you need help with global expansion, get in touch with us today.

Case Study: Setting Up 47 Employees in 14 Different Countries

Whether it’s three employees in one country, or 47 employees in 14 countries, Globalization Partners has the technical expertise to act as an extension of the buy-side team to transition these employees and get them on payroll ready for deal close.

Read the Case Study
Emily Levin

Emily Levin

Communications Manager, Globalization Partners

Emily Levin joined Globalization Partners in July 2018 as Communications Manager. Emily has extensive experience in external and internal communications, content creation, and social media management.