How to conduct a business in Slovenia if you are not an EU citizen?

How to conduct a business in Slovenia if you are not an EU citizen?

Many foreigners – non EU citizens who want to conduct a business in Slovenia, are wondering  how to do it and what type of company to open in Slovenia?

Citizens of non EU members, who are legally living in Slovenia for a minimum of one year have the right to start and conduct a business in Slovenia as an individual entrepreneur – sole trader. Anyone, who live in Slovenia less than one year, has the right to open: LTD, branch or representative office.

In order to start and conduct a business in Slovenia with the opening of the LTD, the founders have to invest a starting capital in the minimum amount of 7.500 EUR. When the company in Slovenia is registered, this capital can be used to conduct a business (for company’s monthly expenses, salaries, investments, etc.).

You can start a business in Slovenia in just 7 days. Most of the registration process of your company can be performed at our office (One-Stop Shop) in one hour and you can already start and conduct your business.

When can you get a single work and residence permit if you want to conduct a business in Slovenia?

Many entrepreneurs think that on the basis of opening of the company in Slovenia and the fact that they are the founders in their company, they automatically get a single work and residence permit in Slovenia – this is not true. If you want to conduct a business in Slovenia and obtain a single work and residence permit, you have to meet the certain conditions.

The director has the right to obtain residence permit in Slovenia through conduct a business in Slovenia if he/she fulfills one of the conditions for active business. You have one of the following options:

  • Make an investment in the fixed assets in the amount of at least 5.000 EUR;
  • Full-term employment an employee in the company for 6 months;
  • Show the company income for the past 6 months, which should not be lower than 10.000 EUR per month;

As a company director you have the right to apply for a single work and residence permit without monitoring the labor market in Slovenia.

Do you want to conduct a business in Slovenia? We can help you!

For many years we have been providing consulting services and all the experiences has helped us to advise to a dozen of foreign entrepreneurs, who decided to start and conduct business in Slovenia.

In the company DATA we have a special section of Business in Slovenia with the support of a legal advisor – we dedicated it to the issues of interest to entrepreneurs wishing to conduct a business in Slovenia and to safely carry out activities under the legislation of the Republic of Slovenia with the help of our experienced legal advisor.

Contact us!

For all additional questions on conduct a business in Slovenia and business migration, you can write to our email data@data.si. 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.

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