Starting your business in Slovenia would require you to present a business address for your company. Many entrepreneurs often wonder if this means that they require to have an actual office in Slovenia. Others wonder in what type of premises they can register their business address. We have prepared this article to help clarify the matter.
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Requirements for company registration in Slovenia
All company types, regardless if this is a new LTD, subsidiary, or branch office, require a business address in Slovenia. You would need to present it already at the point of company registration. Most non-EU citizens decide to register an LTD company in Slovenia. Additionally, to the business address, you would also have to present 7500€ share capital and Slovenian tax numbers for all shareholders and representatives.
Does a business address mean buying or renting an actual office in Slovenia?
Often, entrepreneurs decide to register their business address to the address where their business activity will be conducted. But you can also decide to have an office which would be the main hub for your company and also provide your services on other location. The official business address would be visible on all your invoices, bank accounts, contracts and would also mean that all your company’s post would arrive to that address.
Some business activities require having an actual office, but in the majority of cases you can also register your business address to a co-working space where do not rent the entire office but just a part of it for your employees. In other options, you can also take advantage of virtual office providers for your business address. This is especially a good option for foreign entrepreneurs who are away on business a lot and in this way have somebody to accept their post in their absence.
Registering a business address requires obtaining consent of the owner of the address. They need to be at least 25% owner of the premises and can certify the statement of consent at the VEM point where you would register the company. It is also possible to certify the statements at the notary or at the administrative unit in Slovenia.
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