Doing Business in the United States – Sydney Event – 21 February 2018

Matthew Marcarian   |   10 Feb 2018   |   2 min read

CST is very pleased to be supporting a special event with NSW Trade & Investment and Littler on Wednesday 21 February 2018.

We will provide essential information for businesses looking to expand to the United States.

The event will be held at Sydney’s iconic MLC Centre – at the offices of NSW Trade, Level 48, MLC Centre 19 Martin Place.

A great panel of speakers will include Naomi Seddon from Littler, our own Peter Harper and Matthew Marcarian from CST, as well as Hugh Massie (DNA Behaviour), Ben Kerr (Eco Outdoor) and Bruno Mascart (Altios Australia). They will share there areas of expertise and their own experiences in expanding to the U.S.A.

The event was a great success when it was last held in 2016 and we are looking forward to another excellent event under the auspices of NSW Trade & Investment. Naomi Seddon from Littler will provide extremely valuable insights into US employment law, a critical area that many companies overlook when establishing their first US office. CST will provide answers to the top tax questions often asked by clients who are setting up in the USA.

With the U.S. Government announcing radically lower business taxes, Australian interest in expanding to the USA is even stronger than ever.

For further details please visit the website of the NSW Department of Industry and you can register for the event by clicking here.

Topics which will be covered will include;

  • The Trump Tax changes
  • Setting up a corporation or an LLC in the USA;
  • Immigration under the Trump Administration and what US visa options are available;
  • Engaging contractors in new markets
  • Sending employees to the USA and local hires
  • Immigration and tax considerations
  • Other global issues to consider in U.S. expansion

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