How technology is redrawing the boundaries of the firm

Jan 8, 2023

As more US companies lean into remote work and the distribution of teams across borders, more companies are looking to Canada as an attractive, immigration-friendly destination to not only grow their teams but relocate their skilled talent who may be struggling with US work visa issues. And as Prithwiraj Choudhury of Harvard Business School tells The Economist, US companies don’t need to open an official subsidiary in Canada to take advantage of the benefits of relocating talent north. Instead, MobSquad can act as their virtual Canadian subsidiary, hiring and relocating these skilled individuals, and helping them build a life and career in Canada with their families.

Read the full Economist article here

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