Looking to set up business overseas?
International Expansion Services
International support by Orangefield’s professionals in 45 countries
40 years of experience in international business and over 600 employees
1 contract, 1 point of contact, 1 invoice - for all your business worldwide
IT Platform with Virtual CFO designed for international expansion activity
Business is going well, and your company is ready to move beyond country borders. But without the international experience and know-how, it is difficult to decide where to begin. Orangefield can help you from the start, from deciding where to set up your first branch and incorporation through to everyday compliance monitoring and payroll administration. With our International Expansion Services, we offer financial, legal, administrative and management support, including HR and Trade solutions and Intellectual Property protection. With Orangefield, one partner is all you need.
Client Case China
Fluid Hose & Coupling Inc.
"Having had a company like Orangefield there who understood the business probably saved us a lot of money"Read testimonial >
Client Case Singapore
Clear Bridge Asia Capital
"At the end of the day, I know I can always pick up the phone and Orangefield will do what they can to help"Read testimonial >
Client Case Africa
"Orangefield’s high speed of response is paramount to us as a dynamic, entrepreneurial business that needs to move fast"Read testimonial >
Client Case The Netherlands
"Orangefield has been incredibly helpful"Read testimonial >
Client Case Singapore
The POP Company
"Having Orangefield to take care of our compliance leaves us free to concentrate on product development and client relations"Read testimonial >
Client Case Germany
Retailer athletic apparel
"We had a high-level understanding of the European market, what we lacked was ground level knowledge"Read testimonial >
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Baring Private Equity Asia (“Baring Asia”), one of Asia’s largest and most established independent private equity firms, following regulatory approvals has completed the deal to acquire Orangefield.
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