A Shift to an Overseas Market

Thanks to the L1 Visa business plan that was created for my company, I was able to bring many of my own talented workers to the U.S. and have a presence there. I own a toy company that makes tiny drones. These drones can run on a single small rechargeable battery and provided up to an hour of playtime. While making the drones in my own country was perfectly fine, I wanted to have a branch in the U.S. so that I would be able to access more of my customers directly. The business plan made it possible to bring over workers from my country.

The workers from my country are used to how we produce the toys, and it’s easier to just have them do the work rather than train a new batch of employees to do the work. It also costs less, which means that I can devote more money into the production process. That isn’t to say that more workers from within the U.S can’t be hired, I just had no plans for doing it initially. All things considered, the workers who came from my country have been doing an excellent job, and toy production has gone off without a hitch.

Although I’ve made a big leap by expanding into the U.S, this isn’t the end of everything. I want to be able to have a market in every state in the U.S. There is a lot of room to be covered and a lot of customers to serve. The thought of having a presence in every single U.S. state seems pretty wild, but I think that it can be done with enough time and patience. Other businesses have done it before, and I’m sure that it can be done again with a good plan in place.

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