How to expand to the US with Foothold America

Watch Goodwille’s, and our guest speaker, Joanne Farquharson, the President & CEO of Foothold America, exclusive Expand to the USA Webinar Recording. During this event, Joanne discusses the considerations you need to think about before expanding, the steps you will need to take and the solutions available to simplify the process of establishing your business in the USA.

With the USA ranking as the world’s largest economy, there’s a massive opportunity for companies looking to expand to the US. Although establishing a presence in America can be complex and, at times, overwhelming, this webinar will cover everything you need to know to gain an insight on how to launch your business to America successfully.

If expansion into the USA is on your agenda in the next 12 months, please watch this webinar recording, and find out how you can unlock your potential in the USA. During this session, Joanne covered:

What you should consider before expanding

The different ways you can expand to the US

The steps you need to take for each solution and the partners you will need to work with to expand and remain compliant

The costs involved

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"We needed to access the US market to maximize our potential for growth. We selected our employee and Foothold America managed the payroll, benefits, taxes and other employee logistics, enabling us to avoid dealing with the bureaucratic maze of employing someone in the US."

CEO, Belgium Manufacturing Company
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"Foothold America was instrumental in helping my UK company employ field applications sales people in the US without having to set up a US subsidiary, which is the usual route for foreign companies. Foothold America facilitated this by employing the people we had chosen and handling all the employment, terms, salaries, taxes, social costs etc. They then billed us monthly for these costs plus a reasonable service charge. As a result, we were able get going very quickly with our own people in the USA and at a much lower cost base."

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"I couldn’t manage our US subsidiary without Foothold America. Our small HR department isn’t equipped with the knowledge or staff to handle our US employees. I could end my workday in the UK knowing Foothold America would take care of everything in the US."

Head of HR, UK financial services firm
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"We currently use the Foothold America Employee Management Service and plan to move to their People Partnership Service when we set up an entity in the coming months. It’s great knowing we can work with one partner through various stages of our growth."

CMO, Norway IT company
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"We started US expansion on our own and soon after, we stumbled over employee benefits leaving our expat staff and families without health insurance. It was a huge risk for them and our company. Foothold America came in and got us sorted. They’ve been taking care of us ever since."

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