Horizon 2020 – Europes biggest research and innovation programme

By Simon O’ Connor, 27/03/15  What is Horizon 2020? Horizon 2020 is the biggest EU Research and Innovation programme. The programme will be running for 7 years, from 2014 – 2020 and has a budget of nearly €80 billion funding available. Horizon has been developed to drive economic growth and create jobs in Europe. By merging Read more…

Bulgaria Company Formation Provides Important Advantages For Foreign Companies

By Hana Klossova. 11th September 2014 In 2007, Bulgaria joined the European Union. It immediately started working to make its business climate attractive to foreign corporations. They instituted a flat ten percent corporate tax. They have signed taxation treaties with a number of industrialized nations around the world. This means international companies are able to Read more…

Amendments to VAT legislation in Poland you need to be aware of if you have a Polish company

By Marco de Kock – 21st March 2014 From January 2014, big changes have been implemented with regard to VAT regulations in Poland. They could have a big effect on VAT settlements that could mean a taxpayer would need to make changes to what is being done now. It’s key to give a thorough review Read more…

The New Czech Private Law

By Hana Klossova. 21st March 2014 The new private law rules (adopted along with all private laws regarding the process of codification) were enacted in the Czech Republic on January 1, 2014. According to these newly established principles, the rules set forth here, including rigorous enforcement of principle autonomy of freedom and contractual will, are Read more…

Cyprus and Poland: A Company Formation Comparison

Both countries boast a favourable tax regime for foreign investors and are successful in attracting inward investment. Poland offers a range of investment incentives, tax benefits and financial assistance to foreign investors setting up a company there.There are also beneficial aspects such as a huge consumer market and great geographical location to take advantage of. Read more…

UK and France: A Company Formation Comparison

The UK and France are both strong jurisdictions within Europe, boasting huge markets, stable economies, and a substantial political presence. They also play a major part in the European Union. The UK has one of the most successful economies in the EU and attracts an incredible amount of inward investment from Asia and the US. France Read more…

Germany and Italy: A Company Formation Comparison

Both countries occupy a position in the heart of European and are key members of the European Union. Germany has a world class economy and a strong import and export trade, attracting a huge number of foreign investors to the country every year. Italy has also been successful with achieving foreign investment, and changes to Read more…

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