We are dedicated to simplifying global expansion
New Horizons Global Partners drives compliant expansion and strategic recruitment for companies establishing or extending their global operations. Our mission is to assist businesses to successfully navigate the cultural, legal, and tax regulations that are unique to their country of expansion.
As the only PEO with a dedicated, in-house recruitment team, we offer our clients sustainable, end-to-end solutions that allow them to expand into new markets in days, not months. We also have a team of in-country, local experts that can assist businesses to compliantly establish their own legal entity.
By leveraging our suite of PEO, Recruitment, and Human Resource solutions, New Horizons ensures your global expansion is both compliant and successful.
A end-to-end solution for compliant global expansion
What sets New Horizons apart?
One partner through the lifecycle of your global expansion
We offer our clients a full suite of services to accelerate global expansion. Whether companies are looking to hire a new executive, expand their operations with a team of highly-skilled workers, or set up a new legal entity, we offer a fully integrated solution. That means one point of contact to help you successfully navigate the legal and financial complexities that come with growing a business in new markets. And one solution to strategically fast-track your expansion, including International PEO, recruitment, and HR.
In-house experts that ensure legal compliance
With entities in every country we serve, our knowledge of local employment, legal, and tax regulations ensures that our clients maintain compliance throughout the lifecycle of their expansion. Every member of the New Horizons team is dedicated to helping businesses expand quickly, compliantly, and successfully, all while delivering unrivaled service.
A client-focused approach to help you meet strategic challenges
Having been through the process of global expansion ourselves, we understand how challenging it is to expand into new markets. Our approach to global expansion starts with you. We’ll get to know your team’s goals and values, learn your strategic priorities, and align our tailored strategy accordingly. We are committed to providing market-leading service and support at every stage of your expansion.
Chief Operating Officer
Head of HR
Head of Recruitment
Head of Growth
Camilla Barker-DeStefano, PhD
Country Manager - North America
Head of Strategy
Legal Advisor - Global Mobility
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