Do you have a business idea that you want to introduce to the European market? Are you evaluating which European country would be best to launch your business in? Look no further and consider Slovenia as an option of business registration in the EU as it has several benefits compared to other European countries
Benefits of opening a company in Slovenia, EU – introducing Slovenia
Slovenia is a relatively new country, as it became independent in 1991. But it did not lose any time when it comes to economic development.
In 2004, Slovenia became a part of the European Union. Already in 2007 it became a part of the Schengen zone, which makes trading with other EU countries easier.
In 2007, Slovenia also started to use EURO as the currency – the same currency which most of the EU countries use as well.
Slovenian language is the official language but most people also speak other foreign languages as well. Most widespread is English, German, Italian and Croatian.
One of the biggest benefits of Slovenia is also its geographical location. It is a central European country, positioned next to the sea with access to international waters in the port in Koper. Its neighbors are Italy, Hungary, Croatia and Austria which are all major economic players in the European market. All of these benefits make it one of the most interesting countries to do business in Europe.
Benefits of opening a company in Slovenia – business in Slovenia
The other of the major benefits of Slovenia is the simple process of company establishment. Non-EU citizens can establish an LTD company. It is a private company limited by shares. The minimal founding capital is 7500€ and there can be more than one shareholder in the company. It takes just about 3 weeks to establish a company in Slovenia. For that you need Slovenian tax number for all shareholders and representatives, a business address for the company in Slovenia and founding capital 7.500€.
You need to travel for about 2 weeks to Slovenia in order to do company registration and open the bank account where you deposit your founding capital. After company registration you can proceed to doing business in Slovenia and expand beyond its borders as well.
Slovenia also has benefits when it comes to offering a stable environment to do business in. It has low corporate income tax (19%) and the gross domestic product (GDP) growth of 5% inspires great prospect that the economy will rise in the coming years.
Benefits of opening a company in Slovenia – business immigration
In comparison to other countries, the most unique of the benefits Slovenia has to offer is the possibility of business immigration. When establishing a company, the entrepreneur has the possibility to do business immigration if the company fulfills one of very straight forward conditions:
- Investing 50.000€ in fixed assets of the company
- employing an EU citizen for 6 months on a full workday
- Showing company turnover 10.000€/month for 6 consecutive months.
If one of the conditions is fulfilled, the representative can apply for the work and residence permit. Slovenia is a very safe country to live in with one of the lowest crime rates in Europe. Also, most people speak foreign languages, especially English so adapting to life in Slovenia is made easier that way.
Open a company in Slovenia with the support of company Data!
If the benefits of Slovenia have convinced you to open a company here, Data can offer full support.
We provide assistance in obtaining the Slovenian tax numbers on your behalf. Also, you can do company registration at our VEM/SPOT point free of charge.
The unique trait of Data is also having its own legal department. They can explain to you the Slovenian legislation that pertains to your business activity. They also prepare contracts and draft regulations for your company.
If your company needs a business address, we can provide services of virtual office.
For more information on the benefits company registration in Slovenia, EU, you can write to our email firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also contact us over the phone 00386 1 6006 270 or 00386 40 530 718 (Viber, WhatsApp). You can also follow us on Facebook.