redomiciling your startup



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Lee recently wrote an article for Asia tech site e27 on flipping to a new jurisdiction. Many of the issues raised equally apply to NZ startups looking to go offshore. Read the article here to get a snapshot of:

  • why you might flip your startup to another jurisdiction?
  • when should founders flip?
  • what’s involved?
  • issues to watch out for
  • moving on to Delaware

During his time in Singapore before joining Kindrik Partners, Lee helped founders from within and outside of Southeast Asia regularly flip their companies to investor-friendly jurisdictions such as Singapore and the US. Kindrik Partners is committed to helping NZ tech companies grow internationally. If you are interested in exploring Southeast Asia as a market or have questions about redomiciling your business, send Lee Bagshaw an email.

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