Foreigners are becoming very interested in starting their business in Slovenia. But when it comes to choosing a business activity, they sometimes do not know if providing those services would result in having abide by additional regulations or obtain licenses. As they want to start their business in Europe soon and also want to generate revenue, they are frequently asking us which business activities they can provide without needing to apply for craft licenses or other kind of occupational licensing.
Are you considering company registration in Slovenia?
Call us for more information to +386 1 6006 270 or write to us on [email protected].
Data d.o.o. is a company based in Slovenia that has been assisting local and foreign entrepreneurs for over 28 years. Our team of experts consist of tax consultants and legal advisors that make sure to explain if your chosen business activity is a subject of obtaining a license. Additionally, we also provide services of accounting and virtual office. Our office is also a licensed VEM point where you can carry out company registrations.
Into which fields are the business activities in Slovenia divided?
There are hundreds of business activities you can register within your company in Slovenia. They are divided into three groups:
- unregulated business activities,
- regulated business activities,
- activities connected to obtaining a permit from the Chamber of Crafts.
Only the unregulated business activities do not need that the company and its employees obtain any additional licenses or permits to carry them out.
Unregulated business activities for which you do not require permits or licenses
There are many business activities that you can carry out just by registering the appropriate field. The most commonly chosen business activities include IT services, computer programming and various fields of consulting. Also, you do not need licenses to rent own real estate or for event planning.
If you require more information on company registration in Slovenia, EU, send us an e-mail to [email protected]. 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.