Knowledge of legislation
Every country has its own laws and business climate, culture, politics and local (tax) legislation.
Accelerated growth through acquisition
International business activities start through collaboration with another company, this can be done via merger or acquisition.
Covering legal risks
A small selection of activities that can consider legal risks during the process: content of an international contract, the general terms and conditions and intellectual property rights.
Staff outsourcing or local recruitment
Cross-border employment has consequences for both employer and employee. An employer will likely have to take action in a couple of legal areas like: labour migration law and social security law.
Subsidy or international financing
Some of the schemes in the Netherlands that may be of help to you are, among others, governmental plans such as: ‘Borgstelling MKB Krediet’ (Guarantee scheme for loans to SMEs) and ‘Groeifaciliteit’ (Growth facility).
Central oversight and assistance
For us, this means "steering the process centrally" for example finding a suitable accountant abroad. And communication with the overseas accountant.