Success in modern-day business is measured through an array of metrics such as profitability, revenue, brand recognition, and customer satisfaction.
Quite often, many of these indicators are restricted by boundaries to domestic markets alone.
Business leaders can reap the benefits of planned international expansion by tapping into global markets to diversify revenue, escape a hypercompetitive domestic market, and hire top international talent.
But what’s involved in making the leap? What do leaders need to know in the early stages of planning for international growth?
Borders are no longer boundaries when it comes to taking your business global.
Companies can expand internationally using Globalization Partners’ comprehensive solution to mitigate risk, and compliantly manage taxes, benefits, and payroll in 187 countries.
Join us at the European web summit, where our experts’ panel from Globalization Partners, KPMG, Morgan McKinley and Tech London Advocates explore the building blocks of successful international expansion.
Key takeaways include:
- The biggest challenges that companies face when trying to expand internationally.
- The different global expansion options that companies are currently considering.
- The impact of COVID-19 on talent acquisition.
- The major accelerators, investors and hubs that startups and companies should be aware of during international expansion.