Brexit: 2 Years On, Where Do Companies Stand?

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It had 28 members on Thursday 23 June and awoke on Friday 24 June 2016 with the prospect of losing one of those 28. On that day, after their vote in a referendum, 52% of the British electorate had officially recorded their desire to exit the European Union, thus potentially sealing the fate of thousands of national and international companies. Two years on, doubt and uncertainty still reign in the UK: so, should companies leave to pre-empt the inevitable, stay [...]

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5 Things You Should Know Before Entering the Dutch Market

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The Netherlands may well be a small country, but it doesn’t stop it from being one of the world’s major economies. Covering 41,543km2 of land with a population of 16,947,904 according to a census in 2016: that’s 408 inhabitants per km2 (one of the highest figures in Europe), this “doorway to Europe” houses 51% of all European distribution centres.

A population of qualified polyglots, pragmatic legislation, a business culture and its strategic geographic location are all key factors which have made the [...]

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#ChooseFrance: what are countries doing to attract foreign investment?

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Ahead of the Davos Forum, a few days ago in Versailles, the “Choose France Summit” took place. This was an opportunity for French president Emmanuel Macron to meet the heads of various multinationals and promote “Made in France”.

A well-proven and marketed operation; #ChooseFrance quickly became very popular on Twitter during the day of the summit and more than 3.5 billion euros of investments were announced by companies such as Toyota, Facebook, SAP, Manpower, Google and others.

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5 things to know if you want to enter the Spanish market

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Many businesses, from start-ups to large corporations decide to expand their business on an international scale. Strategies vary according to the company, its management, the target county and its political, economical and cultural context. There are several elements which must be taken into account in order to achieve successful growth overseas. Spain is no exception to the rule! In this article find out 5 things you should know before attempting to enter the Spanish market:    

1. The Spanish market: [...]

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5 Tips for Successfully Expanding Your Business into Germany

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It’s no secret that German exports are highly sought after. But Germany imports products too! France is Germany’s 2nd biggest supplier, followed by the Netherlands. Germany is actually an important export market for many of its European neighbors. There are lots of reasons to expand your business into Germany.

Germany is the heart of Europe, and the driving force behind its economy. Thanks to its proximity to Western European markets like France and the Benelux countries, it is a prime target [...]

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