As you begin to set up the American subsidiary for your company, it is important to remember one key factor that will have an immediate impact on how your first year rolls out: the cultural differences between Americans and other cultures.
Beyond operations, sales, and marketing, a manager would be remiss not to focus on how cultural differences might impact the success of a subsidiary.
For companies that are at a crossroads and are looking for solutions when it comes to logistics, transferring to an EDI (Electronic Data Interchange) might be a very real option.
While the pandemic is far from over, the world has had to learn to proceed with business in this new state of normal. That has meant increasing precautions, sanitizing more, social distancing, working remotely, and managing new restrictions put in place by authorities.
As you work to set up your U.S. subsidiary, don’t forget to take a look at your marketing materials and ensure they will engage your potential customers. It can be easy to forget how essential appropriate brochures and other collateral can be for your U.S. market entry success.
When recruiting talent for your company, it is important not only to offer a competitive salary, but also to have a strong benefits package to offer new employees.
MI is pleased to announce that Mr. Daniel Andrepont is now a 50% shareholder of the company, and will assume the role of CEO. Dr. Carpano will remain the President.
Founder and President of Management inSites, Claudio Carpano, will be speaking on the Italian radio station Lo Speaker on January 29, 2021.
If your organization intends to ship or receive items to or from overseas, it is important to understand an integral part of the international shipping process: the Harmonized System (HS) and Harmonized Tariff Schedule (HTS), which were developed by the World Customs Organization.
When dealing with shipping internationally, especially from abroad to the U.S., setting the terms of the transaction from the moment the customer requests a quote is incredibly important. To avoid problems, unwanted costs, and even potential legal issues, there should be no room for confusion or ambiguity in the contract you set up with your customer.
MI’s consultants optimized our U.S. entry strategy by directing us to form a joint venture with a complementary product offering to achieve the economy of scale needed to support our U.S. operations.
From helping with business plan writing to hiring personnel and looking for a showroom, MI’s IBI service has taken the burden off us so we can focus on sales and really penetrate the U.S. market.
With Management inSites, we knew we were in great hands. Their internationally-minded consultants and professional team supported us at every step along the way. MI gave us the start we needed.
As a family-owned and operated business, it was important that the team we worked within the U.S. understood our needs and worked for our company as if it was their own. Management inSites has been that and more.
The support we’ve had from MI during our first year in the U.S. has been invaluable…[It] ensured that we were able to hit the ground running and focus on building revenues as quickly as possible.
We regularly refer our clients to Management inSites for assistance with setting up their U.S. business, and we work with MI to provide visa support for foreign-owned U.S. companies. They have a wealth of expertise and knowledge of multiple industries, business best practices, and practical experience that makes working with them easy, and sets companies up for success.