Have you been thinking about company establishment in Europe but do not know where to start? While there are several countries to choose from, we will explain why registering a business in Slovenia would perfect for you.
Registering a business in Slovenia – why choose Slovenia?
If you are thinking about registering a business in Europe, you can consider Slovenia as one of the better options. As Slovenia is one of the smaller countries in Europe, some foreigners do not know about it. Regardless of its size it offers a good vantage point for expanding an existing business or registering a new one.
Slovenia has an excellent location in central Europe, neighboring to Croatia, Austria, Hungary and Italy. It is within the Schengen zone since 2007 and a part of the European Union since 2004. It has also adopted the European currency, EURO, in 2007 so business conduct with other EU countries is easier that way.
Slovenia also has a good economic standing with the gross domestic product (GDP) increased by 5% the past year. Growth of export was also reported last year and unemployment decreased due do the improving economic situation.
Slovenia has also been gaining recognition due to its good possibilities for foreign investment and because of the increase in tourism, many foreigners has come to know Slovenia and decided on registering a business here.
Registering a business in Slovenia – process of company establishment
One of the advantages of registering a business in Slovenia is also the straightforward way you can register a company.
If you are new to entrepreneurship, you can establish a new LTD company in Slovenia . This process is the easiest one. It would only require you to come to Slovenia for 7-10 days to finalize all the processes. All shareholders would need a Slovenian tax number in Slovenia, founding capital 7.500€ and an address where they would register the business address of the company in Slovenia.
If you have an existing company abroad, you also have the possibility to establish a subsidiary or a branch office in Slovenia. These processes take a bit longer to finalize, as you would also need to submit several documents from the parent company. Those documents would also need to be dully certified and translated to Slovene language by court translator. Registering a subsidiary would also require that all shareholder come to Slovenia to register the business, while establishing a branch office can be done based on power of attorney and you would only come to Slovenia after the branch is established to open the bank account.
Registering a business in Slovenia with the assistance of Data!
Here at Data we can offer you full support when it comes to registering a business in Slovenia. We can obtain all necessary documents to register a company. You can also make the company registration at our office.
We also offer accountancy services and taxation consultation. If you do not have a business address, Data can offer you services of virtual office. Should you need a better understanding of Slovene legislation, our legal department can help you.
For more information about registering a business in Slovenia, you can write to us on our email [email protected]. 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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