Business expansion is complicated, to say the least. Employment and tax issues are challenging here at home, much less abroad with a new set of laws and languages. How will you stay compliant from a tax and labor perspective (both in the US and/or abroad)? Are there options that will allow your client to “test” international markets before going “all in” and making a permanent commitment? We’ll discuss options, speak to the benefits of the Professional Employer Organization (PEO) and review a few short case studies.
Michael Crumley is a senior manager within the alliances team at Safeguard Global. Michael has more than 20+ years working in marketing, business development, and channels & alliances roles for companies like PR Newswire, Getty Images, and TriNet. In his role at Safeguard Global, Michael is responsible for "cradle to grave" partnering activities as well as management and expansion of existing strategic alliances.
Katelyn Otis is a San Diego native however she spent half of her life in Arizona (Go Sun Devils!) Katelyn enjoys meeting with various businesses to help streamline and consolidate various HR vendors and processes; ultimately giving the business owner time back in their day to allow for them to focus on the businesses core competencies.
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