U.S. Market Entry
The U.S. market is highly regarded as a top destination for investment in the world. According to SelectUSA.gov: There is no shortage of reasons why business investors choose the United States – from the business-friendly environment and quality of life considerations to specific technology, supply chain, infrastructure, and workforce factors. The nation’s diversity and openness are what truly allow businesses from all countries and industries to find their place in the market – and thrive.
The U.S. Market Boasts:
World’s Largest Market – The United States offers the largest consumer market on earth with a GDP of $20 trillion and 325 million people.
Nexus of Innovation – The United States is a recognized leader in research and development (R&D), and registers more international patents than any other country.
Ease of Doing Business – The United States is consistently ranked among the best internationally for its overall competitiveness and ease of doing business.
Workforce Talent – The U.S. workforce is diverse, skilled, innovative, and mobile – and U.S. workers are among the most productive in the world.
Abundant Resources – As the third largest nation by geography, the United States is home to vast and varied landscapes with abundant natural resources – including petroleum and natural gas.
Access to Capital – The United States hosts the most developed, liquid, flexible, and efficient financial markets in the world.
If you are looking to enter the U.S. market, you have chosen very well. Market entry demands expertise, skill, and knowledge to ensure success. Your Market entry strategy should include a planned distribution and delivery method of goods or services to your new target market. To be effective and profitable you must be able to create, establish and manage contracts in the U.S.
If you are ready to enter this most dynamic and lucrative market, the Chamber Coalition, through our partner, IQ Inc Global. can assist. Let’s start with a non-committal conversation. To set up an appointment, click here.
Entry Strategy & Planning
• Develop product strategy for localization
• Partner search
2. Suppliers & buyers
3. Joint ventures
4. Franchise and consortium partners
• Facilitate contract negotiations
• Perform due diligence
Marketing & Promotion
• Marketing communication strategy
• Public relations and media planning
• Advertising and promotional campaigns
• Product launch planning and execution
• Trade show representation
The United States ranks in the top ten overall for ease of doing business and is number one among the nations with populations over 100 million. The Doing Business project, produced by the World Bank, provides objective measures of business regulations for local firms in 190 economies and selected cities at the subnational level.
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