All of these factors and more vary widely by country and can significantly affect your bottom line.
Even if you’ve already established a presence abroad, you can’t assume that your experiences there will prepare you for setting up shop in another market. Each new target country presents a unique set of challenges and related costs and timelines.
Informed budgeting and forecasting from the outset can help you prevent unexpected surprises. Download our Budgeting for international expansion playbook so you know what it takes to avoid headaches down the line.
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