How to Expand to the USA from India

India to America

India’s tech companies are growing at an unprecedented pace. India has one of the largest tech ecosystems in the world, with technology giants including Paytm, Zomato, and Policybazaar. Given the strength of the US economy, this is a good time for Indian tech companies to expand into the US. Indian companies have advantages over companies in other countries in this regard, particularly when it comes to speaking English in interacting with Americans. However, there are still other challenges, including different time zones, cultural differences, and legal challenges. The US is comprised of 50 states, each with unique local labor laws and practices.

We work with companies based in India including SwitchOn, an AI company for manufacturing. You can find out more about our work with SwitchOn here.

Check out some of our insights below on considerations that companies from India need to consider when entering the US market.

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