You are painfully aware that company formation can effectively guarantee the success or failure of your intended business plans. You are also well versed in the company formation practices of the United States. The U.S. government strictly regulates and dictates business practices nationwide, so forming a corporation in Georgia is basically the same as in South Dakota, even though these two states are regionally and culturally rather different. This is not the case in Europe, where instead of 50 states there are 50 countries, each with its own government. As you can imagine, this can create a headache for you and your business if you decide to pursue company formation in Europe to take advantage of many of the business-friendly aspects of European company formation and management.
The benefits of forming a company in Europe are long-standing and well-known; tax benefits, logistics and shipping benefits when reaching Asian and European customers, banking and financial services benefits and physical proximity to some of the most culturally and historically important cities in the world are all envied by business owners with no business presence in Europe. Unfortunately, given the vast number 會計服務推介 of governmental entities that hold the keys to your European company formation plans, potential pitfalls abound, and countries separated by nothing more than a street sign hold incredibly different challenges and rewards.
Some countries require a physical presence for your business licensing, while others do not. Still other European countries demand that you have employees on staff before your company is approved, yet one country away, no such law is enforced. So how do you know where to incorporate? An is incorporating even right? Maybe you should form a Limited Liability Corporation, Limited Partnership, or some other business entity. Knowing the exact business model that will help you maximize the European benefits available to match your business intentions, and in what country to implement this strategy is crucially important, and needs to be done correctly the first time.