International Companies

In most cases, growth for multinationals requires entering new markets. The more mature the industry is in their home country, the more necessary this becomes. Let’s face it, in terms of size, the US represents a significant market, and to expand into the United States, international companies need to learn the market and all of its nuances. This is especially so in the small to medium enterprise (“SME”) end of the market, which is the most vibrant and important part of the US economy.

Bob Rinaldi, LLC knows the US equipment leasing and finance markets inside and out because he has spent close to 30 years as a practitioner in the USA; on the front-line growing the industry both organically and inorganically. Bob, has also served on the board of directors and as the Chairman of the most prestigious and largest equipment leasing and finance association in the world, The Equipment Leasing & Finance Association (“ELFA”).

Contact Bob today to discuss strategies for entering the US marketplace.

Situations


  • Entering the USA market
  • Analysis of current model

Solutions


  • Opportunities & risks
  • Next logical steps as they and their markets mature as they did in the USA
  • How to partner or if to partner

Situations


  • Entering the USA market
  • Analysis of current model

Solutions


  • Opportunities & risks
  • Next logical steps when markets mature as they did in the USA
  • How to partner-or-if to partner