Becoming a leader in your industry involves expanding to larger markets. With a GDP worth $22,996 trillion in 2021, the U.S. is one of the most lucrative markets for business. However, financial and legal regulations can be complex. Understanding the following frequently asked questions about US expansion can get you on track so that you can focus on international hiring, building a sales team, and reaping the benefits of entering the biggest business market in the world.

Before entering the U.S market, there are a few things to consider in how to get set up. A big factor is setting up a U.S entity. From there you will need to do research on compensation, benefits, employment type, travel, support, timeframe, process, and much more. There can be many pain points to getting started in the U.S. but the benefits are what draw businesses in.

Do You Need Incorporate in the US?

The answer is Yes and Sort Of.  While you do not need to live in the U.S. or be an American citizen to set up a business entity in the United States, you will need to set up a legal business entity in the U