Tax laws, human resource requirements and compliance of general business laws are common reasons why U.S. CEOs are afraid to expand into Africa, says a U.S.-based entrepreneur who helps companies do just that.
International expansion can be timely and frustrating for many businesses around the globe.
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Cloud financial management and accounting software developer Intacct recently honored its Partners of the Year at Intacct Advantage 2013. The overall Partner of the Year distinction was awarded to CliftonLarsonAllen, while Armanino LLP took home the award for VAR Partner of the Year and High Street Partners earned the Intacct Accountants Program Partner of the Year awards.
CIO Review, October 2013 Edition
By Larry Harding, Founder & President, High Street Partners
Companies are expanding overseas as a market expansion strategy, as a way to combat the sluggishness of the U.S. economy over the last several years. And it is no longer just a strategy used by large corporations – which have long depended heavily on overseas markets to drive growth and fuel revenues – it is happening with many small to mid-size companies, as well.
Baltimore Business Journal Editor Joanna Sullivan talks with Larry Harding, founder and CEO of High Street Partners. High Street won the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Maryland award in the services category.