Based on your personal preferences we will be able to structure your business in the most effective way and most suitable for your needs
Most common types of business structure are:
1. Sole Trader
5. Joint Venture
Set up an office
Decide if you want to buy or lease
Decide on the type of premises
Choose a location
Key factors to consider are:
how much tax you pay
whether you're considered an employee, or the owner of the business
your potential personal liability
how much control you have over the business
ongoing costs and volume of paper work for your business
Choosing the right name will help create the image you want for your business. It'll also help to distinguish it from your competitors.
What to consider when choosing a business name is the key in an early development of your business idea.
Once you’ve come up with some options for your business name, you’ll need to check whether any other businesses are already using them.
Set up an online business run from home
A lot of goods are ordered online and delivered by courier these days. And many services are delivered through a mix of video conferencing and online collaboration. You may only need a virtual office or online shop.
Starting a business doesn’t mean owning real estate. A lot of consultants and online retailers work remotely from a virtual office. They communicate and collaborate online.
In-person meetings may only happen at the beginning and end of projects, and can take place at someone else’s office or at a hired venue.