Internationalisation process usually starts with an analysis of the customers’ needs in the new markets where the business intends to operate.
Once determined the most appropriate business model, next step is to determine the area of the legal, administrative and tax rules before executing the strategy.
In addition to the difficulties related to operating their “core business”, Italian companies that intend to operate abroad and foreign companies that intend to operate in Italy have to face the complexities deriving both from Italian law and by foreign law. The interconnections between the different tax rules usually create a labyrinth very difficult to get through.
Some companies tend to approach the legal arena in the new markets without a solid knowledge of the main rules and procedures. This approach may however trigger several risks both to bear unnecessary costs and to miss the target.
Our advice aims to provide a guideline since the first steps through the main complexities of the labyrinth, with a methodic and competent approach, assuring that the company finds its best way in the shortest delay.
In cooperation with an international network of tax and legal experts, our advisors will support our clients to find the best solution for their needs.