|What do all these Bay Area, multi-billion dollar enterprises have in common?
Facebook, Uber, Google, Zoom, Instacart, Tesla, Palantir, Stripe, Slack, Houzz, Credit Karma, Robinhood, Eventbrite, Cloudflare, AppDirect, Zoox, Gusto, Hippo, SentinelOne and Palo Alto Networks.
All of their founders came from other counties.
Unquestionably, the San Francisco Bay Area is the leading center for startup activity in the United States, attracting investors and entrepreneurs from around the world. Equally, across the Pond, London and the UK has become a veritable leader in attracting technology companies that spur innovation across an array of sectors.
Immigration Policy, on both sides of the Atlantic, is at the heart of ensuring both nations do not turn away qualified founders who could grow their companies and support tens of thousands of jobs in the US and UK.
On October 27th, join us for a breakfast webinar that will shine a light on the immigration landscape for companies looking to expand in/to the US and UK as well as the “new normal” economic factors impacting growth in a post”-ish” covid, post Brexit world. We will also look at the opportunities, and threats, 9 month’s into the Biden administration and what has changed in the UK Immigration system.
Some of the questions you will have answered:
- Is California and the UK still open for NEW business?
- Legally, what has changed, not changed, and what should employers expect going into the new year?
- What are the significant barriers that have formed since COVID (other than immigration)?
- What issues do global employers face including those for an ever-expanding remote workforce beyond immigration, including employment, tax, permanent establishment, data protection and more?