Podcast Supporting UK SMEs Scale in America Relaunches

Newable Avitus’ Business Development Director Morgan Pierstorff will host America Made Easy.
Newable Avitus’ Business Development Director Morgan Pierstorff will host America Made Easy.

The America Made Easy Podcast is relaunching September 1st after a pause amidst the COVID-19 Pandemic. The podcast’s season 1 kicked off in March to help ambitious UK SMEs eyeing the world’s largest consumer market tackle the complexity of setting up and growing their business in the US—an economy 8 times larger than the UK where opportunities abound for British businesses. Still, the pandemic caused many UK SMEs to pause expansion plans leading the podcast to take a brief hiatus despite a very positive response to their launch.

“As the U.K went into lockdown and many small and medium sized firms were forced to place international growth plans on hold, we took the decision to pause our first season in recognition of the more immediate challenges being faced by businesses” – Morgan Pierstorff, Business Development and Sales Director, Newable

As a leading provider of business support for SMEs across the UK, Newable launched an intensive program of COVID-19 support to help businesses survive the crisis, stabilize their business and position them to grow during the recovery period.

As the UK has come out of lockdown, Newable has seen many firms pick back up where they’ve left off in terms of their international growth planning.

“Now more than ever, leaning on in market partners is key to help with ensuring a full proof expansion plan that helps you streamline activity, decrease costs and provide on the ground expertise.”

The America Made Easy Podcast can help you streamline your operations and growth if you are considering a US expansion. Check out the Pocasts’ welcome back message here and subscribe now to be sure you don’t miss Episode 2’s release: https://newable.co.uk/advice/america-made-easy/!

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