By Aidan Healy

We live in an increasingly globalized world. Just a few years ago, going global (offshore) was a luxury afforded to only the wealthiest of companies. Yet as the communication infrastructure around the world has expanded, incorporating an offshore company is fast becoming a necessity for any entrepreneur with an ambitious growth strategy.

More than half of the Fortune 500 companies are using offshore companies to their advantage. Unfortunately, a lot of press around this topic is related to government authorities fighting tax evasion practices but this shouldn’t discourage someone from thinking big – going global.

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Written by tiroberts
744 days ago

Interesting piece. I believe that going global is more of a long-term strategy rather than a short-term strategy. However, there are several short-term strategies that you have to implement on the way to the long-term goal. Thanks for sharing this post with us.

Ti



Written by lyceum
745 days ago

Could you say that Ireland is an European "tax haven"?



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