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Expanding your business internationally is a huge leap, with the potential for similarly huge rewards. No matter how confident you are in your business, international expansion throws up a whole new set of issues: understanding and adapting to a new marketplace, creating a new network of business contacts and local competition, to name but a few. At Dua & Co., we listen to the needs of our clients and that’s why we’ve partnered up with John Galvin of Galvin International and have a bespoke International Expansion Service. We are now able to provide clients who are braving the waters of international expansion with a whole range of unique services, in association with industry expert John Galvin.

In partnership with experts Dua & Co. can help your business to expand smoothly, effectively and profitably.

Simplifying the complexity

At the core of our business is problem solving. We look for ways to streamline your business activities, optimise your finances and enable you to achieve your business ambitions. To do this, we use our expertise to navigate the complicated demands of accountancy and tax regulations; both at home and abroad. Communicating the complexities of financial accounting is no easy job – but as your accountants we understand the importance of keeping you involved in all decision making processes. That’s why we pride ourselves on breaking down specialist language simply and ensuring that all our communications with you are straightforward, transparent and jargon free.

Making it easier to do business abroad

Limiting your business to operating in the UK could deprive you of opportunities to grow your profits and your influence. Particularly within the rapidly expanding BRIC economies (Brazil, Russia, India and China) there are excellent business opportunities to be capitalised on. Language is not the only barrier to doing business abroad. Naturally, there are a host of financial concerns that must be addressed before considering international business.

The legislation and tax requirements of different countries can be where many business operations become unstuck. However, with the expertise of the Dua & Co. accountants behind you, we can ensure that your business is fully compliant with all legal regulations and that any business engaged in overseas activity runs smoothly and problem free.

Whether this is your first foray into international business, or you are simply looking to expand your activities abroad we will be able to council you on various tax and compliance regulations – ensuring maximum income and total compliance.

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Dua & Co (Watford)

1st Floor, 5 Century Court, Tolpits Lane, Watford, WD18 9PX

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12 Hay Hill, Mayfair, London, W1J 8NR

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