You can depend on us to help you thrive anywhere in the world
Many of our clients were on the initial wave of globalization and, because we are devoted to supporting our clients and helping them thrive with comprehensive global business solutions, we followed them. We opened offices in China, Mexic,o and recently India and, we’ve developed professional relationships around the world that now allow us to serve clients in every business center. For years we’ve been members of international alliances to extend our reach. Most recently, we became members of Praxity, AISBL, an alliance of professional services firms with members in 72 countries.
Our Praxity membership means we can collaborate with more than 20,000 accountants and business consultants on your global projects. You can depend on our global business consultants to help your organization:
- Take its first global step,
- Expand its global presence, or
- Improve its existing global operations.
Looking at globalization from all angles
If you are contemplating the pros and cons of going global, our international business consultants can help you look at the “big picture” and examine what globalization means to the future of your business. They can do a global business analysis including a global business risk assessment and international due diligence on possible partners, suppliers, or investment.
Our international tax advisors will be available to help you consider how to figure in the implications of value-added taxes, permanent establishment status, structuring options, repatriation strategies, and compliance issues like transfer pricing.
You will appreciate the advice of a multidisciplinary team that can provide you the information you need to make an informed decision and develop a successful global business strategy that might include everything from foreign direct investments to low-cost country sourcing and supplier development.
Our global business consultants have walked many businesses through the process of evaluating the risk and opportunity of going global. They will build on that experience to help you determine the global business solutions that best fit your organization.
Implementing a global plan
Global business strategies are seldom simple, and timing can be everything. When the time is right for you, our global services team can help you implement the chosen strategy for your company. The team can provide full-service foreign operations set-up and sourcing assistance.
In country support
Many of our clients appreciate that our global business consultants can advise them on financial, operational, and accounting matters in foreign markets with the same quality of advice and value-added service that we provide in the United States. Our team of global business consultants, supplier development engineers, technicians, international tax specialists, and internal auditors and accountants with global experience can help you develop and implement international business strategies. They can help with a menu of services that ranges from international tax planning and compliance to helping you select staff that can successfully complete international assignments.
Let our global business solutions team help you tackle the complexities of international business. They have expertise and experience you can depend on.
The Plante Moran global strategy and implementation team can help you uncover opportunities, evaluate the options, and define your business case.
Praxity is the world's largest alliance of independent accounting firms and is ranked in 8th position overall according to the International Accounting Bulletin's survey of Networks and Associations.
Japanese Business Services
With experience serving more than 100 Japanese-owned companies within the United States over the last 15 years, we deeply understand the unique challenges facing Japanese transplant organizations
The ever-increasing interconnectedness of the global economy and capital markets has accelerated the push for a single set of high quality global accounting standards. International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) are used as the primary accounting framework, or are in the process of being adopted, in more than 100 countries throughout the world, including nearly all significant capital markets outside of the United States.