A Smarter Way into the USA




For many UK and EU digital and tech businesses, the US market represents the biggest single opportunity and can be staggeringly quick. It is vital though to set up the right US regulatory, audit, and tax framework from the start, as early mistakes can be costly to rectify. 

Learn from Dedicated US Experts

Without leaving your office chair, access a smarter way into the USA and join us at one of our US expansion workshops. Check out upcoming events here.

You’ll be able to hear directly from US in-country experts in Washington DC, Virginia, Minneapolis, Chicago, Boston, Atlanta, Charlotte, Nashville, Tampa, Phoenix, & Las Vegas. Critically, you’ll learn what it takes to get your digital and tech business set up and find the right partners for subsequent US growth.

Staying Compliant

The main trigger point for a US operation is the desire to employ someone locally. The creation of a US subsidiary will immediately bring you within the US tax net. The regulatory and tax issues then to be addressed include registrations, annual compliance, and annual returns, alongside key planning/advisory matters. 

For most businesses entering the US market, the main areas to consider are Transfer Pricing, State taxes (including Sales and Federal taxes), and UK/EU to US Mobility (the tax consequences of having people move to/from the US on short-term or long-term assignments). Equally, the choice of entity in the US will have a huge bearing on your operational needs and tax position. 

Making your US Business Trip Count!

At our expansion workshops, you’ll be able to connect with regulatory experts, commercial partners, funders, economic development boards, universities, & accelerator programmes – optimising qualified leads & making any follow-up F2F US business trip really count! Find out more here.


Mark Stimpfig
Mark Stimpfighttps://www.gotomarket.global/
Mark Stimpfig co-founded GTM Global in 2015, having previously run national and international marketing programmes for clients like Sony, Dixons / PC World, Safeway and Reuters. Mark was also until recently, the London Development Director for Greater Phoenix Economic Council, the leading Economic Development Agency in North America in 2021/2022.