You want to bring your company to American shores and the robust marketplace here. Excellent. You will find that the U.S. market is a large and lucrative one for many international companies like yours.

However, you will also find that the U.S. market is complex and difficult to navigate without in-depth knowledge, especially now with so much uncertainty surrounding federal regulations. You will want to consider some local help.

A Large, Complex Market

Your company has every chance to do well in the United States. The U.S. market is a big one, and Americans are high-level consumers with enough discretionary income to warrant bringing your products or services here.

Not only that, but the business climate is excellent, with business-friendly laws at all levels of government—local, state and federal. The U.S. also has a highly educated, productive workforce with arguably the best university system in the world behind it.

However, the U.S. market is a complex one, and international companies are much more likely to succeed if they have insider help. The tax laws alone are complicated enough to overwhelm anyone unfamiliar with them.

Add to that the uncertainty we are experiencing at the state and federal levels regarding legislation. Frankly, we don’t know what the future holds—no one does. The coming years may see laws changing and then changing again.

To make a successful run in the U.S., you will likely need someone keeping track of legislative changes—reading the tealeaves (as they say), anticipating changes and getting your company ready for them.

A Trusted Partner

With a trusted partner handling the administrative side of things, you can focus solely on the business side of things. You can put all your energy and focus into your vision for the company.

Most small- to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) struggle with running the company and administering it at the same time. They often lack the necessary expertise or resources for successful business administration.

International SMBs entering the American market often have those same struggles, yet they also lack local knowledge of the U.S. market. Even large international companies need help with U.S. regulations and compliance laws.

While we originally founded Avitus Group to shoulder the administrative burden for SMBs so they can succeed, our international services are a natural extension of that. We offer all the professional business services you will need to operate here, as well as the focused resources and guidance you will need to succeed as an international company.

At Avitus Group, our purpose is to help our clients clearly understand the appropriate pathway for expanding their business and entering the U.S. market.

We make our clients keenly aware of the complexities of the U.S. market and provide the right solutions for them so that they are able to enter the market with confidence, focusing exclusively on growing their business in the U.S., while Avitus Group takes care of everything else.

—Josh Balster, Executive Vice President of Avitus Group Companies

All the Help You Need—In One Place

No matter what administrative services your company needs, you can find them under one umbrella. You can also find the specific guidance you need for entry into the U.S. market.

All of your business administration needs:

  • Accounting
  • Benefits
  • Bookkeeping
  • Co-Employment
  • Human Resources
  • Information Technology
  • International Planning
  • Marketing
  • Recruiting
  • Risk and Safety Management
  • Strategic Planning
  • Tax Planning and Preparation

All of your U.S. entry concerns:

  • Business Plan Development
  • Local Evaluation and Selection
  • Branding and Marketing
  • Banking and Financing
  • Recruiting
  • Human Resources
  • Visa and Immigration
  • Taxes
  • Legal

If you are seriously considering expanding your company into the U.S., or you simply want more information, please give us a call. We have international planning experts who can answer all of your questions and get you started on your new venture right away.

 

By Charlie Smith