For many high-growth non-US companies, there’s nowhere better to expand and raise later-stage funding than the United States. The US offers the promise of massive commercial opportunities and plentiful venture and growth capital. However, doing business and raising money in an unfamiliar, highly-competitive environment requires thoughtful advance planning and clinical execution.
In this facilitated Q&A session, we will discuss best practices for navigating the logistical aspects of launching and operating a business in the States, and setting and meeting expectations for US later-stage funding.
The discussion will be led by Daniel Glazer, who leads the US Expansion group at Silicon Valley-headquartered Wilson Sonsini. Dan leads Wilson’s London office, which provides US access and support to technology-driven non-US companies through their US life cycle – US launch, expansion, fundraising, partnerships, M&A and IPO. Wilson Sonsini represents more technology companies on their venture financings, M&A transactions, and IPOs than any other law firm globally.