Did you know that several million people each year come to the U.S. to open a business and give Americans more jobs?
Just to provide some context – the United States welcomed 3.2 million expat entrepreneurs in 2019. The number might be lower in 2020 due to the pandemic. And it doesn’t matter, considering the general impact expat entrepreneurs have on the U.S. economy.
The idea of opening a business in a different country seems glamorous. But the reality has nothing to do with glamour. You’ll have to face many obstacles, the majority of which aren’t connected to your business.
One key obstacle is learning the language of the country where you’re going to live.
You might be thinking now – what’s so hard about learning a language?
It’s true – there are plenty of language courses out there that you could enroll in and master the basic language level in no time.