Market Entry and Tax Strategies: Planning at Home and Abroad
Managing market entry and tax risks becomes more complex as you increase the number of markets in which you operate. While some markets, like Brazil, introduce added levels of burden that need to be considered before entering, others offer incentives. How can companies most effectively design a global strategy that helps leverage incentives and ethically reduce exposure? And in particularly difficult countries, how should companies prepare themselves before going in?
Thursday, October 20
5:15 pm – 6:15 pm
David J. Habib, Jr. – Vice-Chair, District Export Council of Southern California
Jo-Renee Hunter – Hunter Gauldon & Wilson