In our globalised world, doing business across borders is easier than ever. With technology that allows us to send files across oceans at the speed of light and translation software that no longer makes language barriers an obstacle, there are no limits to intercontinental collaboration.
But what if we’re physically making the change ourselves by relocating a person or an organisational headquarters overseas?
Joining us on the podcast today is Jerry, who has recently transferred from North America to the EU, with the Netherlands as his home base. He has always been inspired by ideas that are new, small and emerging. This knack for up and coming technology inspired his entrepreneurial spirit, and he started his first company 15 years ago, which focused on web conferencing. That success taught him how to scale an organisation, and eventually led him across the pond to set his company headquarters up in the EU.
In this episode, we’ll discuss the differences between business in the US and the EU, and ideas for more modern approaches to growing a business in today’s startup culture.
We’ll also talk about how different cultural norms around the idea of failure can sometimes hold aspiring entrepreneurs back from reaching their full potential.
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