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Generally, no. If you're a U.S. based company, you may outsource the development of your software development projects, or the creation of your intangible property. Payments made to non U.S. persons or companies that are performing the work outside of the U.S., should provide you a Form W-8BEN ...

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1. Contract, contract, contract. Both with the client to avoid going directly under severe penalties, both for employees (even subcontracting entities or freelancers) to scare them off such behaviour. And of course, keep your guys happy and on interesting projects, that will help nowadays more th...

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Not sure I fully understand the question. Q & A's you mean tips/tricks/FAQS? Or do you mean QA like quality assurance testing?

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Hi, It's easy to find them (e.g. LinkedIn, Google etc.) but, just like I advise clients that are looking for development partners to do projects, you should really take the time to work out your criteria for selecting the right partner and the questions you want to ask them before approaching th...

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You can always compete by offering something your competitor does not provide (either different products, different services, different prices, or different target market). Start by finding out what your customer needs - then build a version of your product. Iterate, iterate, and iterate.

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A referral from someone that you know is always better than online reviews but unfortunately this is not always possible. Before I start engaging with any unknown business I start with a few basic online research actions. 1) Who owns their web domain. Goto https://www.whois.com/whois/ and ent...

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That's indeed a great idea!! Basically all you need is leads.!! This can be achieve with multiple channels. 1. PPC (a bit costlier for IT agency) 2. Referral Marketing 3. SEO 4. Niche Emailing (Not Bulk) 5. SMO And for mode I need to see nature of your business in detail Tx, Hope that helps!!

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If it's a client you want to work with and this is part of the client's requirements then yes, you should allow this or politely decline the business. The client has the right to ask for anything and you have the right to approve or decline. I ran an offshore software services company in Costa Ri...

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You are facing a classic chicken and egg problem. You want premium projects but cannot get them because you haven't done any yet. To solve this, you need to think from your target customers standpoint. Why would a customer buy from you? What do you offer that others don't have? Once you define th...

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