If you run a successful tech startup or an established business, primarily offering digital products and services, chances are you have a significant customer presence worldwide. There also lies a high probability that you leverage a remote workforce ‘round-the-globe enabling increased collaboration over time zones. While staying local never hurt anybody, there might be some good reasons of maintaining a global presence which you may not be aware of. One of them is the multifaceted choices at every level impacting your technology company directly. And, I mean the liberty to choose between the regulatory laws of different countries, the tax structure, and to take advantage of the unique position you hold when it comes to top talent acquisition – and retention.
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