Once funding and required approvals are secured, most activities will require an initial launch (start-up) period to establish its supporting infrastructure in New York and the host country. Depending on the type of international activity (its length and scope), this start-up process in-country might involve solidifying agreements with other institutions. For longer-term activities, start-up might require engaging local experts, establishing mechanisms for funds in country, and securing a site (leasing space and opening a bank account).

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