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Moving into the US

 
#1 Moving into the US
30/11/2006 21:03

Anon

Hi I am currently an indepdent Strategy consultant foucsing on the software industry and channel entry methods and I'm looking to build my company from just Europe to the US market. The problem is I can't get past the "key holders" to the MD's or the senior exec's does anyone have any hits or tips they can give me. Maybe someone else has been in the same position as my self? Or is it impossible to crack the US without actually living there?

Any help would be great thanks.

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#2 RE: Moving into the US
01/12/2006 16:23

Beth to Anon (#1)

"Or is it impossible to crack the US without actually living there?"

Of course it is! Who wants to commit to that sort of spend to a foreign accent at the end of a phone that goes to bed lunchtime local time?!

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#3 RE: Moving into the US
03/12/2006 08:27

LAB to Anon (#1)

The US market and country is huge and there are many, many well established consultants already there. Why would you as an individual want to try to get into such an already crowded market? Why would a US client want to employ you? As an independent IMHO you stand no chance of even getting your foot in the door alone. However, if you have really special experience (than is not replicated in US) then "Associate" with a smaller existing US consultancy who have the contacts, "time zone" and can talk the language of US clients. Living in US is personal choice but even that is only a small first step to actually getting work.

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