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There is significant untapped growth potential for business services in the EU today. While they currently face relatively low average productivity and persisting legal barriers, EU Internal Market legislation and policy actions aim at removing these obstacles and stimulating competitiveness in the sector.
Anisa Telwar Kaicker is CEO and founder of Anisa International, a maker of private label cosmetic brushes and applicators in Atlanta that serves clients such as Estee Lauder and Laura Mercier. She will often ask such customers what they think of a new brush before rolling it out. Even if I went into a client and said this is not fully vetted yet, but I’d like your insight, they were always honored to have a first look,” she says. They would be the ones buying the product.” To protect her ideas, she routinely files for provisional patents and will mention in conversations, This is patent pending.” Her firm, founded more than 20 years ago, now generates $40 million in annual revenue, she says.
As one of the leading business process services companies, it is this very ethos that we strive to live up to, each day at Conneqt Business Solutions. The world is changing at a pace never seen before. Today, technology delights us as much as it confounds us. Innovative products amaze us as much as they frustrate us. The ever-increasing range and nature of services add value to our lives as much as they are challenging to manage and stay up-to-date with.
The European Commission recently conducted a study that identifies the formalities and the related costs imposed on certain businesses providing cross-border services. The study found that businesses engaging in cross-border service provision were confronted with significant administrative barriers and high costs in several EU countries.