Lynn Teo and Samantha Panchal outline 10 areas for organisations to consider when starting a business in Australia.
Australia has been rated among the top 10 countries to live in in 2019. Reasons include the laid back lifestyle, quality of education, access to health care and climate.
This has led to a surge in overseas businesses looking to invest in Australia, coupled with an influx of international businesses expanding their reach Down Under, to meet the demands of expected GDP growth.
There are simple ways to navigate the complexities that arise from unfamiliar tax, immigration and regulatory regimes and business customs in Australia, as well as language and cultural differences, so you can focus on your business strategy and operations.
In this article, we explore the most commonly overlooked matters when investors from overseas are starting a business in Australia.
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