Katya Puyraud knows a thing or two about changing career. Having started off in journalism in London, she then went to film school and ended up working as an assistant film editor on over 20 US and UK films in the British film studios of Shepperton, Twickenham and Pinewood. After working for the BBC in the documentaries department, she ran away to Paris to become a scriptwriter for TV and film and published the art and poetry book ‘Mademoiselle London’ which debuted in the famous Shakespeare and Company book shop in Saint Michel. In 2007, she and her French husband set up Euro Start Entreprises in Paris, helping hundreds of expats and entrepreneurs set up their companies in over 30 countries worldwide.
For entrepreneurs that are overwhelmed with the task of international expansion, here are some tips that can help make the process a little bit easier. Read more »