Food & Beverage

For anyone involved in the food and beverage industry, whether as a newcomer or veteran, the issuesare the same: permitting, licensing, bureaucracy, cash-flow issues, and those are only the initial hurdles.

Once you decide on your product—whether a restaurant, club, line of drinks, manufacturing company or anything else—the next biggest issues are branding, marketing, and research. While the order of these can vary, they remain the same.

Being outside of the U.S. is one way to make this process significantly more difficult. And therefore, this is one reason that we frequently work with individuals in the food and beverage industry to select and pursue the best work visa for her or him to develop or work for her or his brand without any concerns about lawful authorization. Because of the array of issues that are inevitable, it is recommended to avoid any potential problems that may arise elsewhere, like with immigration.

Another reason the process may be made significantly more difficult is by being unfamiliar with the U.S. or state-specific laws, rules or regulations that can affect the decisions you make. We have experience in counseling individuals throughout the development process and thereafter when they are licensing their product(s).

We would be happy to speak with you about your idea, brand or product, and help you determine the best way to achieve your goals. We look forward to hearing from you, so please feel free to give us a call or send us an e-mail to schedule a consultation.

Do you require entry to the US in 60 days or less? (required)

Food & Beverage

For anyone involved in the food and beverage industry, whether as a newcomer or veteran, the issuesare the same: permitting, licensing, bureaucracy, cash-flow issues, and those are only the initial hurdles.

Once you decide on your product—whether a restaurant, club, line of drinks, manufacturing company or anything else—the next biggest issues are branding, marketing, and research. While the order of these can vary, they remain the same.

Being outside of the U.S. is one way to make this process significantly more difficult. And therefore, this is one reason that we frequently work with individuals in the food and beverage industry to select and pursue the best work visa for her or him to develop or work for her or his brand without any concerns about lawful authorization. Because of the array of issues that are inevitable, it is recommended to avoid any potential problems that may arise elsewhere, like with immigration.

Another reason the process may be made significantly more difficult is by being unfamiliar with the U.S. or state-specific laws, rules or regulations that can affect the decisions you make. We have experience in counseling individuals throughout the development process and thereafter when they are licensing their product(s).

We would be happy to speak with you about your idea, brand or product, and help you determine the best way to achieve your goals. We look forward to hearing from you, so please feel free to give us a call or send us an e-mail to schedule a consultation.

Do you require entry to the US in 60 days or less? (required)