Opening a company in Slovenia, EU

Opening a company in Slovenia, EU

Have you been thinking about opening a company in Europe? If yes, Slovenia is a good choice to expand your business to. Below is a short guide on opening a company in Slovenia, with steps and timelines.

Opening a company in Slovenia, EU – what kind of company can you open?

If you are a non-EU citizen, you can open an LTD company. It is a private company limited by shares. An LTD requires founding capital in the minimal amount of at least 7.500€. It can have up to 50 shareholders.

The company is liable for business conduct only with the amount of founding capital.

Opening a company in Slovenia, EU – what documents do you need?

To establish an LTD company, you would require:

  • Valid passports for all shareholders and representatives
  • 7.500€ founding capital
  • Business address in Slovenia
  • Slovenian tax numbers for all representatives and shareholders.

You can obtain the Slovenian tax number yourself or authorize someone of obtain it on your behalf. It takes about 8 days from submitting the application to the tax office to obtain the tax number.

When you have chosen a business address, the owner of the business address has to notarize the statement that he allows you opening a company at his address. The other possibility is that he comes with you at the VEM/SPOT point when you are doing company registration.

Opening a company in Slovenia, EU – process of company registration

When you have all of the abovementioned documents, you have to come to Slovenia for company registration. All shareholders and representatives need to be present for company registration in Slovenia.

With all those documents the consultant at the VEM/SPOT point prepares the act of establishment. After that you go to the bank in Slovenia to open a temporary bank account. To that account you then deposit the founding capital 7.500€. After the deposit, the court registers the company in 3-5 business days.

After receiving the decree from court, then you have to go back to the bank to activate a permanent bank account. With that opening a company is finished and you can proceed to doing business in Slovenia.

Opening a company in Slovenia, EU with the support of Data!

Data would be happy to offer you support when opening a company in Slovenia. We can obtain the Slovenian tax number on your behalf. You can also register your company at our VEM/SPOT point free of charge.

Our legal department can explain the Slovenian legislation to you and draft contracts for your company.

We also offer accountancy services so that your company’s books are kept in accordance to Slovenian legislation. Should you need a business address for your company, we can offer services of virtual office.

If you have additional questions about opening a company in Slovenia, you can write to us on our email 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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