An international entertainment company experiencing explosive growth needed help with its U.S. launch—a lot of help.
The company had yet to register to do business in the U.S. and had a major to-do list. They needed to sort out legal requirements, set up the books, find suitable vendors, establish reporting practices—in other words, they needed the works from RoseRyan.
Stepping into the role of senior controller, our finance pro worked across language barriers and navigated the accounting practices of the parent company’s country to build a U.S. finance department.
Knowing how much time and money the client would save if things were done right from the start, the consultant scoped the work carefully and dug deep into RoseRyan’s bag of best practices for fast-growing companies.
She set up the company’s books and payroll system, created budgets and financial planning models, determined employee policies and benefits, gave the CEO advice on financial and legal structures, and worked with HQ abroad to standardize reporting to U.S. GAAP.
With accounts that integrate seamlessly with the parent company’s system, robust budgeting and reporting processes, and RoseRyan providing senior finance muscle, the company is now perfectly positioned to pursue a joint venture partner and launch its franchise.