Internationalization in Sweden, Denmark, Finland and Norway: webinar
On September 21st Andersen partners Francesco Marconi and Francesco Inturri, specialized in internationalization, will illustrate the best methodologies and provide tax and legal suggestions for the start-up and consolidation of internationalization projects, with particular focus on the Nordic countries.
Doing Business in Northern Europe: Legal and Tax Insights is a webinar organized by Centro Estero per l’Internazionalizzazione Piemonte, aimed at presenting the challenges for entrepreneurs in international markets.
The Scandinavian region – which includes Sweden, Denmark, Finland and Norway – is an interesting reality from a business point of view. It boasts a dynamic and international economic environment, well regulated, modern thanks also to the successful social model and capitalist mentality that allows it to have economic growth rates up around 2 percentage points in the last year. In addition, the purchasing power of the population favors the interest in quality products and consumption, such as those of Made in Italy.
An adequate knowledge of the Northern European market, starting from the regulations governing trade, favors the management of relations with potential partners and competitiveness. The event is in fact a corollary of the Northern Europe Business Forum, which will be held in the morning of the same day, to ensure participants with the tax & legal tools to operate successfully.
Andersen, together with Columdae, will be among the experts who during the webinar will provide practical advice to arrive prepared in those countries that, according to the World Bank’s “Ease of Doing Business” ranking on the ease with which you can start a business, are among the most accessible and best regulated in the world. In fact, Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Finland are ranked 4th, 9th, 10th and 20th respectively.
The conference takes place within the framework of the Integrated Projects of Chains (PIF) 2020-2022 Agrifood, Clothing, High Range, Design, Automotive and Transportation, Cleantech and Green Building, Aerospace, Mechatronics, Health and Wellness and Textile, promoted by Regione Piemonte and financed within the framework of POR FESR Piemonte 2014-2020 funds.