Different types of companies you can open in Slovenia

Different types of companies

Different types of companies you can open in Slovenia are: LTD, s.p., branch and subsidiary. In this article we will explain the differences between them. What do you need to open each? What is the process? How long does it take? If you want to start a business in Slovenia you can also ask our business consultants for help. They have rich experience. You can register a company here at Data. Call us for more information: +386 40 530 718 (Viber/WhatsApp).

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Process of opening different types of companies at DATA point

Why is Data a good choice? We help people open businesses in Slovenia. This is a great way of expanding your business to the EU. Our consultants stand by your side. From the beginning, till the end. The process starts with a business consultation. We help you find the best one of different types of companies for you. Then you can start the process of company registration. Additionally, you can count on our legal experts. They can take care of all necessary documentation. You also have our help when your business is up and running. Namely, you can use our accounting services.

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LTD company

LTD company is one of the most common of the different types of companies you can register. First, you have to decide, whether you will be the only shareholder or not. There can also be more than one. To open an LTD you will need a founding capital. The minimum is €7500. However you can contribute less, in case there are several shareholders. An LTD is a legal entity, whereas an s.p. is a natural person. It is limited by share capital. That is the profits of the company. Different types of companies also have different taxation. For example, an LTD has to pay 19% of their profit.

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Sole proprietorship is different form other types of companies

On the other hand, you can open an s.p. A sole proprietorship. This is a company with one individual. The owner is self-employed. It is different from other types of companies. Why? Because as a foreigner, not from the EU, you have to wait 1 year before you can open it in Slovenia. However, EU residents can do it right away. Anyway, opening an s.p. requires a lot of responsibility. Namely, the owner is responsible with all of their assets. To find out more about opening an s.p., call us on Viber or WhatsApp: +386 40 530 718. You can also send us an e-mail to data@data.si.

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Part-time sole proprietorship

Between all different types of companies, there is also a part-time s.p. In order to open this one, you have to have a full-time job. That is why we also call this type of business an “afternoon s.p.”. You can also register it at Data. Contact our business consultants today! For any legal questions, you can turn to our legal consultants.

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Different types of companies you can open with an existing company abroad

In case you already own a company abroad, you can expand it to Slovenia. There are two differrent types of companies you can open like that. Those are branch and subsidiary. Continue reading to find out the differences between the two.

Branch office

In case you already have a company abroad, you can expand to Slovenia by opening a branch. This type of company is more denpendent on the mother company. They share the same company activities. If the mother company closes, so does the branch. However there are some advantages. You do not need to invest a founding capital, when opening a branch. There are also no problems choosing a business name, because it has to be the same as the mother.

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Contrary to a branch, a subsidiary is more independent. It is still owned by the mother company, but their company activities can differ. Differrent types of companies also require different investments. In case of a subsidiary, you need a founding capital, just like when opening an LTD. If you would like to know more about differences between branch and subsidiary, you can read this article. It will definitely make your choice easier.

If you need further explaination, you can contact our legal consultants. They have a broad knowledge of all different types of companies. They will help you prepare the documents you need to register a company in Slovenia. In addition to that, you can also take advvantage of out accounting services. For any further questions, call +386 40 530 718 (Viber/WhatsApp) or write to data@data.si. To book an appointment, fill out this form.

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