A client had outsourced accounting, tax, and payroll for five subsidiaries in Austria, the Netherlands, and Spain. They were facing ongoing quality and cost issues with missed deadlines and increased compliance risks. When their non-performing vendor left abruptly two weeks prior to quarter-end and payroll, they reached out to Global Upside.
A public technology manufacturing company faced a serious payroll problem. After multiple acquisitions, its payroll system was complex and error-prone, and members of their payroll staff had given notice. The company engaged Global Upside. Read this case study to learn how Global Upside was able to revamp the payroll system, streamline payroll processes, increase payroll accuracy, and improve financial reporting in a matter of weeks.
While there is not one singular formula for creating an effective start-up, there are several critical factors that all successful start-ups have addressed effectively to establish and grow their business. This Global Upside white paper outlines these ten key factors and provides details on topics including entity set-up, staffing, payroll, benefits, and compliance.
As your business grows, and you venture into foreign markets, the number of factors that you must take into account can be overwhelming. With ever-present time pressures, and so much to plan for, how do you know where to start when it comes to addressing the key expansion issues facing your business? In this whitepaper, we identify and discuss the most important aspects to consider when establishing your business in a new country.