If you don’t know what kind of business can be established in Slovenia, an opening a restaurant in Slovenia is a fairly common idea. On the one hand, why not, because people have always had and will have a need for food, especially if you already have experience in this area, or you are a born chef, or just want to try yourself in the restaurant business. On the other hand, the opening a restaurant in Slovenia is also connected to some bureaucracy.
Initially, you do not need permission before opening a restaurant in Slovenia, about confirming the fulfillment of all prescribed conditions. After opening a restaurant in Slovenia, you can be visited by inspector, who will check your restaurant and its compliance with all requirements.
The business premises where your restaurant is located must have a permit for this activity, the conditions must be met relating to the requirements for the restaurant premises. Your working hours must be agreed with local authorities. Naturally, you have to obey restrictions on the sale of tobacco and alcohol products. Also do not forget that there must be access roads to your restaurant for delivery or, for example, garbage disposal. The sale of tobacco products, souvenirs, books, sweets, nuts, etc. restaurateur does not require additional registration.
Opening a restaurant in Slovenia with company Data
Opening a restaurant in Slovenia with company Data will not be a complicated process for you. Business consultant at company Data will answer all your questions and will gladly help you to start a restaurant business in Slovenia. Our lawyers will provide you with full support and assistance in making contracts with suppliers, staff, landlord properly.
Take a step forward on the way to you dream about the restaurant business. Opening a restaurant in Slovenia can become a successful start of your business in Europe.
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