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Why You Might Want to Start Your Business Overseas

Foreign programs are funding a new breed of expats.
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By the time he was a senior at the University of Wisconsin in 2009, Nathan Lustig’s startup had customers, revenue and national press. But the company, a digital estate-planning service called Entrustet, lacked a scalable business model and had yet to turn a profit.

That’s when Lustig and his co-founder, Jesse Davis, made a bold move. Presented

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