Special guest Peter Hall, Vice President and Chief Economist at Export Development Canada spoke to current export data and business opportunities related to global expansion. Listen now.
This webcast provides an overview on how expanding to foreign markets can offer growth opportunities or, for some, significant cost savings. With the right knowledge and planning you can enhance your sourcing or expansion strategy while helping to reduce risk. KPMG Enterprise professionals discuss the tax risks of going global as well as the transfer pricing component of globalization. Listen now and read the related publication [PDF 459Kb] on Tackling tax risks when going global.
Doing Business in Non-traditional countries
Dealing with unfamiliar distributors or suppliers in unfamiliar places involves risk, whether they operate from another street, another city or another country. Entrepreneurs who address the risk effectively can add value to their own business and to the business of their suppliers.
Even under adverse economic conditions, most entrepreneurs say they will continue their global growth and expansion strategies [PDF 2.11Mb]. Listen to Dragon Jim Treliving [MP3 7.45Mb] about expanding his business into the global marketplace.
In celebration of the 100th anniversary of International Women's Day, Barb Stegemann, CEO of the 7 Virtues Beauty Inc., shares her philosophy around the 7 Virtues and her accomplishment working with farmers in war-torn Afghanistan to grow orange blossoms. Watch now [WMA 26.1Mb].
Investing in the US
Growth opportunities for Canadian private companies don't always come from north of the boarder. Listen and learn about the potential tax traps and pitfalls Canadians face when investing in US operations.
If you're doing business abroad or thinking about expanding your business internationally, KPMG Enterprise gives you ready access to all KPMG's resources across Canada and our other KPMG member firms around the world. We can provide you with specific tax and regulatory advice for each US state, or for any other country you might be expanding to.
The Global Enterprise Institute was established to provide an open forum where business leaders can share knowledge, gain insight and access in-depth analysis about doing business abroad.
Join discussions about key business issues and emerging trends to successfully compete in global markets. Registration is free.
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