The challenges of international business consist of more than just laws and regulations: cultural differences have an impact too
International business can be challenging for entrepreneurs: different countries, different rules. Even though globalisation has increased convergence of the legal systems of various countries, there is still a difference in interpretation across different nations when it comes to international regulations.
NexaVelo Advocaten has an International Desk to assist entrepreneurs when conducting business abroad: establishing distribution networks and assisting with acquisitions, contracts and disputes. To realise this, NexaVelo Advocaten deploys her network of international partners. Dr. Bart Sujecki’s double admission allows us to conduct legal proceedings in Germany.
We are highly experienced in assisting internationally focused entrepreneurs. Not only when it comes to drafting agreements between internationally operating parties, but also when conducting proceedings with cross-border features. The challenges of international business consist of more than just laws and regulations: cultural differences have an impact as well. It is important for entrepreneurs to consider these legal and cultural differences and involve their advisors in an early stage. NexaVelo Advocaten understands the international entrepreneur’s language. This allows us to build bridges between the Dutch entrepreneur and business partners abroad.
Assisting with acquisitions, contracts and disputes and establishing distribution networks
Our clients include:
- Medium-sized companies in the food and cosmetics industry;
- Companies in the clothing industry;
- Companies in manufacturing;
- Publishing houses;
- Biogas producers.
Solutions and services:
- Drafting various kinds of agreements (purchase, distribution, labor, cooperation, and knowhow agreements);
- Advice and support in the event of a takeover;
- Advice and support when starting a foreign branch;
- Conducting proceedings in Germany and Poland.
We are especially well-represented in Germany and Poland.