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O Grupo ALTIOS reforça sua oferta de Serviços nos Emirados Árabes Unidos através da aquisição de participação na Steering Advisory, uma empresa de consultoria em Dubai

Comunicado de imprensa – 20 de março de 2023

Reforço da presença nos EAU e no Oriente Médio

  • Grupo ALTIOS anuncia a expansão das suas atividades nos Emirados Árabes Unidos e no Oriente Médio através da aquisição de uma participação na Steering Advisory, com sede em Dubai. O Grupo ALTIOS, empresa líder internacional em consultoria de desenvolvimento de negócios dedicada às pequenas e médias empresas, consolida sua expansão nos maiores mercados mundiais e nos principais centros regionais.
  • A Steering Advisory foi fundada por dois advogados, Guillaume de Rocquigny e Florian Guais, em associação com Nabile Sabbani. A empresa conta atualmente com 12 colaboradores e gera serviços empresariais e de contabilidade (Corporate Services) para mais de 100 clientes.
  • Grupo ALTIOS estabeleceu um escritório nos Emirados Árabes Unidos há 4 anos. Esta aquisição reforça as atividades do Grupo ALTIOS no país em um painel de serviços que vão desde a consultoria estratégica à execução operacional, incluindo:
    • Entrada no mercado e expansão: Pesquisa de mercado, estratégia de entrada no mercado, parceria comercial e crescimento
    • Soluções globais de RH: Recrutamento, Folha de pagamento, vistos e consultoria de RH
    • Serviços empresariais: Criação de empresas, domiciliação e gestão de filiais internacionais (contabilidade, relatórios financeiros, salários, compliance, impostos…)
    • M&A: Triagem, Negociação, Due-Diligence, Transação, Integração e pós-aquisição
  • A direção reforçará o pilar Set-up (Corporate Services) da ALTIOS, que faz parte da expansão internacional do negócio, numa vasta gama de serviços: constituição de empresas, domiciliação local, direção, compliance local , serviços legais, contabilidade, salários e impostos, cadeia de abastecimento e plataforma de distribuição.

Testemunho do Grupo ALTIOS

Estamos muito satisfeitos por estarmos associados à Steering Advisory em parceria com Guillaume e Florian. Permitirá à ALTIOS reforçar a sua presença local e expandir a sua oferta de serviços no Oriente Médio com uma base sólida.

Acreditamos firmemente que o Oriente Médio, para além de Dubai ou dos Emirados Árabes Unidos, tem muito para oferecer aos nossos clientes, tal como Singapura para o Sudeste Asiático, é gratificante posicionar nossa sede para o Orinte Médio em Dubai. Graças ao time da Steering Advisory, dispomos agora de um grande recurso.”

Bruno Mascart,

Cofundador e sócio

Testemunho do Steering Group

A combinação da Steering Advisory e da ALTIOS reúne a rede e os recursos internacionais da ALTIOS com o conhecimento e experiência da Steering no Orinete Médio. Numa região com novas áreas de crescimento impulsionadas pelo desejo de diversificação da economia, a Steering Advisory by ALTIOS poderá assim, juntamente com o escritório de advogados Steering Legal, ajudar mais empresas que procuram um fornecedro único com uma sólida experiência local para total apoio na expansão regional das suas atividades.”

Guillaume de Rocquigny, Florian Guais,

Co-fundadores e sócios

Sobre a ALTIOS: Criada em 1991, a ALTIOS oferece soluções de expansão no mercado internacional para empresas de pequeno e médio porte.  Com 35 escritórios em 22 países e cerca de 750 colaboradores, a ALTIOS já apoiou mais de 10.000 empresas no seu crescimento internacional, simplificando a entrada no mercado estrangeiro e reforçando as suas atividades de crescimento e expansão.

Nossos serviços: Estratégia, Desenvolvimento de Mercado, Soluções Internacionais de RH, Gestão de Subsidiárias Internacionais, Investimento em Produção, M&A e Crescimento Externo.

A ALTIOS trabalha ativamente com bancos internacionais, fundos de investimento e agências governamentais para apoiar os seus clientes empresariais a nível internacional.

Nossos valores: Saber ouvir, Agilidade, Espírito de Equipe, Empreendedorismo e Paixão.

Saiba mais em www.altios.com, siga-nos no LinkedIn.

Informações para media:

Patrick Ferron, Managing Partner, ALTIOS, p.ferron@altios.com

*O comunicado de imprensa está em inglês

The first signs of financial assistance from the $2.2
trillion stimulus package the U.S. federal government have trickled into the
U.S. economy as millions of Americans need debt-relief options. A
record-shattering 17 million Americans have had to register for unemployment since
mid-March, a burst that is unprecedented.

Stay-at-home orders issued by states (see table below)
to stem the spread of the virus have frozen the economy and job losses will
likely get worse as unemployment is expected to rise to 16% by May according to
Oxford Economics’ forecasts.

The record-setting stimulus package allows the federal
government to provide some financial relief to private business. Some of the
financial assistance programs passed include stimulus checks, expanded
unemployment benefits, 401(k) penalties waived, and small business relief.

Many taxpayers who have registered direct deposit
information with the IRS recently received stimulus checks of $1,200 in their
bank accounts. The IRS sent out a tweet announcing the deposits and promising
to continue issuing them as fast as they can for qualified individuals.

The stimulus bill was signed into law by President
Trump on March 27th. Now, more than a couple weeks later, the relief
money is finally starting to make its way into all levels of the U.S. economy
from individual consumers to small businesses to large corporations.

  • Map of the confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the USA as
    of April 15, 2020 (source: Johns Hopkins CSSE):
  • Overview of the stay-at-home end dates by state as of
    April 15, 2020 (source: CNN / The Mercury News):

On Friday, March 27, President Trump signed into the law the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act in response to the unprecedented economic disruption due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. This act contains $376 billion in relief for American workers and small businesses through the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA). To learn more about the guidance and loan resources being offered to small businesses, click here.

The Paycheck Protection Program is a loan designed to provide a direct incentive for small businesses to keep their workers on the payroll. SBA will forgive loans if all employees are kept on the payroll for eight weeks and the money is used for payroll, rent, mortgage, interest, or utilities. Recently, the SBA removed the indication that if the borrower has any 20% or more owner that is not a U.S. citizen, the loan will be denied. The form can be found here and the deadline to apply is June 30, 2020.

Also, the SBA is offering Economic Injury Disaster Loans to small business owners up with up to a $10,000 advance and $2 million in working capital loans. These loans are designed to provide vital economic support to small businesses to help overcome the temporary losses in revenue that they are experiencing. The application can be found here.

In addition, the SBA is offering debt relief to small businesses. AS part of these efforts, the SBA will automatically pay the principal, interest, and fees of current 7(a), 504, and microloans for a period of six months. The SBA will also pay the same for new 7(a), 504, and microloans issued prior to September 27, 2020. Learn more about SBA debt relief here.

To find out about the criteria to apply for each program and to compare the options, click here.

  • What protocol to follow should one of your employees
    contract COVID-19?

Should an employee contract COVID-19, they should not
be required to produce any official documentation in order to be sent home.
Proof can be provided at a later date, if needed. A notice should be given to
all other employees in close proximity to the infected employee. Employers are
not required to pay non-exempt employees for work they do not perform. However,
many companies are continuing to pay their employees as to not cause financial
strain on them for something outside of their control. Some employers are
providing a stipend during this time that is less than the employee’s normal
pay. Many states are stepping up to the plate and instituting emergency paid
sick leave measures or grants to small businesses. Some states are also
changing requirements for unemployment compensation to ease the widespread
financial hardship. If an employee wants to return to work after contracting
the virus, it is best to seek medical certification that they are no longer
contagious. In addition to the Federal Emergency Paid Sick Leave Act in
Response to Coronavirus, employers must follow the Family and Medical Leave Act
when handling employees that need time off to care for family members with
COVID-19. For employers that need to layoff portions of their workforce in the
wake of the pandemic, they should look to ‘The Worker Adjustment and Retraining
Notification Act’. Normally, employers must give 60 days’ notice, but the
current situation very likely presents an exception to that rule.

Wednesday, July 8, 2020 from 6-8pm

Session 1: The World is Your Oyster, Find Your Pearl

This first session touches on the various aspects of being successful on the global market.

IQ I: Site selection services for companies in the U.S.A.

Wednesday, July 15, 2020 from 6-8pm

Session 2: Creating an Export Plan

Creating an export plan will help you to identify the strengths and weaknesses to ensure the success of your project on the international market.

IQ II: Market Studies

Wednesday, July 22, 2020 from 6-8pm

Session 3: Marketing to a Global Market

This session covers the concepts of marketing on an international stage and addresses the global issues that challenge marketers

IQ III: Office Representation

Wednesday, July 29, 2020 from 6-8pm

Session 4: Negotiating, Finance, Getting Paid and International Legal Issues

Session four helps you to develop an understanding of the legal environment of global business and also provides an introduction to international banking, financial markets, global environment, and private financial institutions

IQ IV: Tradeshow Support and Assistance

For more information and to register,
Visit: www.nacc.nyc
Email: info@mynacc.org
Call (718) 722-9217

Location:
26 Court Street, Suite 701 Brooklyn, NY 11242
Chamber members; Free

Non-members: $150

All attendees must prepare an Export Plan