India is waiting for international businesses to come knocking at its door. We are a fast-growing economy with broadening our horizons. Nations all over the globe are forming business relations, looking to setup offices in India. But if you’re just jumping on the bandwagon, we suggest you to take a step back and approach this decision with more planning and deliberation. Remunance tells you just … Continue reading How to plan for business expansion in India
Expanding into A Global Market The marketplace is going through several changes, some evident, some subtle. If there was one word which could perfectly encompass the situation today, it would be opportunistic. More and more opportunities are opening up, and the world is churning out entrepreneurs who can seize them. In 2020 alone, there were 1.26 million company registrations in India. Like the business market, … Continue reading Expanding Into A Global Market
If you have ever considered expanding your business to a new country, you might have heard of “International PEO”. Don’t worry if you haven’t, because we have got you covered. International PEO is a process to easily hire talent from anywhere in the world without having to set up a subsidiary in that country. The best part? You don’t have to deal with all the … Continue reading What is International PEO?
If you are someone sitting in New York, you’ll need to take a 15+ hour flight around the world to reach India. If physical distance is concerned, India is a long way away. Thankfully, technology has brought us much closer, so much so that irrespective of where we are in the world we can easily fit into a single Zoom meeting. But you can’t do … Continue reading India and You – Managing a Business Across Time Zones
Finding great talent is not easy. People with specialized skill sets are sought after by everyone – Fortune 500 companies and start-ups alike. This huge demand coupled with a shortage of quality supply means that companies have to widen their pool and need to look for talent from beyond their shores. One cannot hire unless you have a company in India and to that effect … Continue reading 5 reasons why your next hire should be in India
In over 95% of staff employed by abroad firms operating in India are hired locally. India has huge talent pool with basic skills to highly skilled individuals to choose from. However, the size of India and its workforce, combined with cultural differences and attitudes to employment, can make it difficult to find the right staff for your business. In particular, with the growing number of … Continue reading HIRING EMPLOYEES IN INDIA: A GUIDE FOR FOREIGN COMPANIES
There are confusions around the immigration policies in the US visa status of H1B holders in the US, this has made the process and planning of workforce management more complex for employers. The process is not only time consuming but also involves high costs of application and reapplication. As such, these companies are now looking at alternative options and considering remote working possibilities to support … Continue reading HOW H1B VISA SUSPENSION CHANGED EMPLOYMENT MANAGEMENT FOR U.S. COMPANIES
As a new age startup, we understand that your team is your biggest strength! From initial conceptualization and strategizing to streamlined execution once you hit it running, everything rests on your team’s shoulders. It Is well known that most investors also base their funding decisions largely on the potential of a startup’s team. As such, do you often find yourself balancing between hiring the best … Continue reading HOW PEO CAN BENEFIT STARTUPS
A Subsidiary Company is also known as a sister company; and the company which practices control over it, is known as the parent company, or holding company. A subsidiary company can be controlled by the parent company partially or completely. What is WOS (Wholly Owned Subsidiary) When one company is 100% owned by another company, it is called Wholly Owned Subsidiary of the company who … Continue reading HOW TO SETUP A SUBSIDIARY IN INDIA
Niti Aayog and the Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade, India are firming up a plan to offer incentives in order to attract companies looking to shift manufacturing from China. This includes 1,15,131 hectares of existing industrial land in Indian states such as Gujarat, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh, a report by Bloomberg stated. There is a growing realisation among multinational companies … Continue reading INDIA WELCOMES COMPANIES LEAVING CHINA AFTER COVID-19 PANDEMIC.