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Expanding into the US is a hot topic and something that most entrepreneurs will consider at some point of their growth journey. Motivations to move across the Atlantic often include increasing demand from customers, a desire to increase global market share, or to increase your multiple upon exit. Come together with fellow members to explore these challenges in greater depth.
Developing a presence in the States is no easy feat and there are many different areas to look at to ensure you launch as smoothly and successfully as possible. Some of the biggest challenges are spreading yourself too thin, prioritising your own time, and the potential impact on the UK business.
This dinner has no set topic, but will look to tackle the challenges you’re currently facing in a ‘many heads are better than one’ style. This Special Interest Group is open to all members at any point in their US journey - whether you are thinking about opening an international office, or have already established a presence in the States.
What are Special Interest Groups?
Unlike our classic, cross-sector roundtables, the Special Interest Groups have been designed to bring you together with members in the same space, with potentially similar clients, to discuss challenges or innovations that are really relevant. The idea is that you can share needs and leads, and learn from each other, with an already strong understanding of the landscape. A member of the team will also be on hand to follow up with relevant connections & insights.
What if I can’t make this date?
Each Special Interest Group will meet once a quarter. If you would like to know more, but can’t make this date, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that our venues are subject to change; always refer to email reminders one week before the event and the text message reminder on the day of the event for the correct venue. Our website will also be updated in the event of a venue change.