Global Expansion (or Mergers and Acquisition): The role of an EOR
The events of the last two years reshaped the working world, altering it forever. Organisations had to change too - becoming more agile and open to remote and hybrid working - accepting that employers no longer solely dictate the way work looks. Employer of Record (EOR) solutions are an increasingly appealing way for companies to recruit and retain talent while navigating this new and challenging landscape.
This webinar explores key considerations for global expansion and the invaluable role an EOR can play.
Meet the presenters
Rick Hammell is the founder and CEO of Atlas. Rick founded Atlas in 2015, from his dining room table after noticing gaps in the existing marketplace for solutions that enabled companies to expand into new markets simply, quickly, and compliantly. Through his commitment to simplifying expansion, Rick pioneered the Direct Employer of Record business model aimed at supporting companies with global aspirations.
Under Rick’s leadership, Atlas has grown from a local startup to a global tech firm with 19 offices and the capability to support clients in more than 160 countries. Atlas has since developed proprietary cloud-based software platforms further supported by a worldwide network of experts helping clients to navigate the complexities of international HR, payroll and local compliance.
Nari Ansari, Managing Director - Sixth Street Growth
Nari focuses on growth investments in the software/SaaS and B2B tech sectors. Prior to joining Sixth Street in 2022, Nari was a General Partner at TCV focused on investments in the application software, industry-specific software, fintech & payments, healthcare IT, and tech-enabled services sectors. Nari’s previous led and co-led investments include Avalara (NYSE: AVLR), AxiomSL (sold to Thoma Bravo), EmbanetCompass (sold to Pearson), HireVue (sold to Carlyle Group), Kipu Health, Merkle (sold to Dentsu Aegis), Payoneer (NASD: PAYO), Perceptyx, Varsity Tutors/Nerdy (NYSE: NRDY), and Watermark. Previously, Nari worked at McKinsey & Company advising clients in the storage, semiconductor, and general technology