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How Much Investment is Adequate for an E-2 Visa Application

Many prospective entrepreneurs who are planning to expand into, or start a new business in the US via the E-2 investment visa often seek clarification on what levels of capital or investment are necessary to make this possible. An E-2 Visa is a Visa that is available for entrepreneurs, investors and business owners who wish […]

When should an international tech startup establish a US company?

One of the most common questions non-US technology start-ups and other non-US startups building their tech companies ask is when, or if to establish a separate US company, if entering the US market is infact part of the company’s plans. The US market offers huge expansion opportunities for tech companies, with a population exceeding 400 […]

The US E-2 Investor Visa – Facts and Statistics

What Is the E-2 Visa? An E-2 treaty investor visa is a non-immigrant visa reserved for foreign entrepreneurs of countries that have a Treaty of Trade and Commerce with the United States. E-2 investor visas allows foreign investors to enter and work inside of the United States based on a substantial investment in a bona […]

Why the U.S Market Makes Sense for U.K Tech Companies

With the largest economy in the world, the United States of America offers some of the best possible business opportunities for U.K companies. Founded on the principles of equality, the US is rich in cultural diversity. This – alongside a hardworking, dedicated and well-educated workforce – position it well as a location in which businesses […]

How to Setup a UK Company

What you need to do to set up depends on your type of business, where you work and whether you take people on to help. Register your business Most businesses register as a sole trader, limited company or partnership. Sole traders It’s simpler to set up as a sole trader, but you’re personally responsible for […]

How Did London Become The World’s Fintech Capital?

London’s financial technology scene is positively flourishing. Cities worldwide may contest the British capital on many digital fronts, but for in the sub-sector finance (fintech), it’s London all the way. A recent episode of the BBC’s flagship business programme The Bottom Line (on ‘Fintech’) explored how London beat Silicon Valley to the top, and the […]

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Entrepreneurs Building an Arab Tech Economy

At the end of March, it was announced that the largest e-commerce company in the Middle East and North Africa, Souq.com, would be acquired by Amazon for nearly $600 million. This was unusual: when Amazon enters a new geographic market, it typically does so by launching its existing platform and investing a lot of money […]

Why innovative tech startups are thriving across the Middle East

Alsallal is the founder and CEO of Jamalon, an online platform that lets customers buy and ship Arabic and English language books. When I met him at his offices in Amman, Jordan, Alsallal was casually dressed in jeans and a tucked-in button-down shirt, his short beard covering a youthful, earnest face. Alsallal is a Jordanian-born […]

Venture capital funding in Southeast Asia at Record High

Funding by venture capital (VC) firms in South-east Asian start-ups has risen to a record so far this year, surpassing the total investments made in 2017, industry data showed. EVenture capital investments jumped to US$3.16bil (RM13.13bil) over the first eight months of this year, up 16% from US$2.72bil (RM11.3bil) for all of last year, the […]

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