What are the Differences Between SEIS and EIS schemes for UK Companies?

SEIS and EIS Schemes

By Cheryl Dutton, 26.06.2020 The Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) and the Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme (SEIS) are UK Government incentives that encourage innovation by granting private investors a significant tax break when investing in early-stage, ‘high-risk’ companies. UK Company SEIS and EIS Schemes are highly attractive for both investors who are seeking to put their Read more…

2020 Dutch Tax Plan and what it means for Companies Registered in the Netherlands

2020 Dutch Tax Plan

By Kooshila Takoordyal, 26.05.2020 Setting up a company in the Netherlands is now more convenient than ever. The exact amount of time and requirements it takes to form a company abroad depends on the country you want to establish your company in. Most entrepreneurs don’t even consider registering their business abroad, but they might be Read more…

What are the top 5 best locations to register a company remotely during the Covid-19 Pandemic?

By Kooshila Takoordyal, 22.04.2020 The Coronavirus or Covid-19 pandemic has made people everywhere re-assess how they do business. A good example is the seismic surge in videoconferencing use which now means the vast majority of people (85% according to a recent survey) will continue to use video solutions such as Zoom to facilitate meetings in Read more…

Euro Company Formations Service Update During COVID-19

Dear Clients and Colleagues, The Euro Company Formations team hope that you and your families are safe and healthy during this troubling time. We are happy to report that our offices are still open. Following best practice advice from the health authority, many of our staff are working remotely. We cannot facilitate face-to-face meetings at this time Read more…

Why are International Investors looking to do Business in Denmark?

By Caitlyn Buchanan, 24.03.2020 It is increasingly common for international investors to open a company abroad. Offshore companies offer several benefits such as access to new markets and reduced taxes or operating fees. Entrepreneurs within Europe and those looking to access the European single market often want to know more about doing business in Denmark. Read more…

Key Advantages of Setting up a Company in Poland

By Caitlyn Buchanan, 21.02.2020 For entrepreneurs looking to enter the European single market, setting up a company in Poland is one of the most attractive options. It ranks first in the number of investment projects in the Central and Eastern European Countries. Thanks to its business-friendly environment and FDI (Foreign Direct Investment) policies, some 22,000 Read more…

Malta Facing Huge Threat to Reputation as Cryptocurrency Startup Location

By Caitlyn Buchanan, 27.01.2020 In 2018, Malta became the first country to establish a cryptocurrency regulation framework in a bid to make itself the number one location for cryptocurrency startups. Malta received praise for its innovative and robust legislation that attracted many worldwide entrepreneurs who registered cryptocurrency startups in Malta. However, Malta has not been Read more…

Setting up an Online Store in Germany

By Caitlyn Buchanan, 12.12.2019 eCommerce or electronic commerce refers to buying and selling goods and services online. Starting an eCommerce business is becoming increasingly popular whether a business sells 100% online or is a brick and mortar store that also has online shopping facilities. With the rapid advancement of technology, businesses have had to evolve Read more…

Open a Company in Norway for Ease of Doing Business and Access to the EU Market

By Caitlyn Buchanan, 22.11.2019 One of the main reasons to open a company in Norway is to gain access to the European single market, as well as the EEA and Nordic markets. Having a Norwegian registered company can make it easier to get loans, contracts and permits in Norway.  It may also be easier to Read more…

Thousands of Euros available to entrepreneurs setting up a company in Italy

By Miranda Millard, 16.10.2019 Ever had that dream of escaping the hustle and bustle of busy city living to open a business in the picturesque Italian countryside? Well, a number of regions in Italy’s south are offering just that. Italian businesses can access monetary grants from the Italian government who are actively encouraging relocation and Read more…

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