Government assistance is available for companies eyeing foreign expansion
Navigating a foreign market might seem daunting even to seasoned American restaurant operators, but tax dollars actually provide an array of useful resources in the form of the U.S. Commercial Service. Part of the Department of Commerce, the USCS is focused on promoting American exports, including export of U.S. know-how, such as how to run a multiunit restaurant company. The service, which spent two years organizing a trade mission of franchisors to India in April, has 105 offices in the ...
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