There are many key aspects to consider when looking to expand your business internationally.
In today’s ever increasing global market place, organisations often look to enter new markets by setting up operations in new jurisdictions - whether through organic growth or strategic M&A activity. When expanding into new territories, it is important you get the right legal advice, not only to make you more effective from the outset, but also to ensure that you don’t run into problems later on.
Our International Expansion Guide is designed to steer and support companies looking to expand internationally in multiple jurisdictions. The aim of the guide is to provide high level information on some frequently asked questions across the range of legal topics companies typically ask us when looking to launch in a new market.
The information in this guide was correct as of its most recent update in 2020, however laws change frequently and it should not be relied upon as legal advice.
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