There are few global industries hotter than co-working, or the practice of renting shared office space to freelancers, startups and other companies. The rise of co-working recently prompted Beijing authorities to add new business-registration requirements, which may be a sign of global regulatory changes to come.
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Izzy Jacques is a senior associate at Radius, a Boston firm that helps companies that are expanding internationally with different kinds of business needs. She was on the lookout for tech companies that Radius could partner with.
In today’s business world, companies are “going global” at an earlier stage than ever before. Unfortunately navigating the international waters hasn’t gotten any easier. When and why you should take your startup global is an important consideration for every company and is driven by a range of factors including market opportunity, the right talent, cost and acquisition/IPO attractiveness.