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Setting up a Business

Help with starting a business

Times are changing. Only a few years ago only a tiny number of business operated internationally. Now tens of thousands of small and medium size businesses can see the advantages of operating in two or twenty countries around the world.

In order to do this they need to understand the various ways in which a foreigner can do business in those countries and then choose the one most appropriate to their circumstances. The difference between making the right and wrong choice here will amount to a great deal of wasted money and wasted time.

Starting a business in a foreign country can be a complicated and stressful experience, especially if you do not speak the local language and you are not familiar with the local law or the local tax system.

If you do not fully understand the local business and social culture then starting a business in a copuntry can be even more difficult.

This can lead to wasted opportunities, wasted time, wasted money - or all three!

Fortunately, The International Law Partnership Ltd can help you start your business in many countries around the world and to avoid much of this aggravation and many of these problems.

Our member in the country in quesation, together with our huge range of useful professional contacts in the country will help make starting a business as fast, stress free and profitable as possible.

We know that our clients - especially our business clients - want practical and cost-effective solutions to their problems, not unnecessary legal analysis. This rare combination is what our members strive to provide.

Next steps

Please look at the Legal Guides, videos, MP3 seminars and other materials set out to the right of this page.

If you would like us to help you, please complete our Client Pack and send it back to us. We will contact you to clarify your requirements and then introduce you to the person most appropriate to deal with your case.

If you do not find the information that you need, please send us an email explaining your problem and we will contact you.

© The International Law Partnership Ltd. Page last revised 8th February 2010.

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