Germans have a strong reputation for loving organisation and planning and are the masters of both. Many Germans believe that their serious attitude to business is a decisive factor in making their nation strong, proud and individualistic and are, therefore, very keen that others follow and respect their business etiquette.
Expanding your business ideas by utilizing your customer base is crucial to your business. On the other hand, it is a daunting task that requires you to come up with various strategies. The following hacks will help you maximize your customer base.
Setting up a limited liability company in Germany is not a complicated process. These companies can either be registered as UG (Mini-GMBH) or GmbH. To help you set up a company in Germany, we have created a simple checklist of all the requirements. There are many German legal terms included in this guide, but they will all be explained in the easiest way. You should note that the steps don't have to be followed in the order shown.
There are several obstacles that non-German investors who strive to start their businesses in Germany face. Key among the challenges is opening a German bank account. Although there are other difficulties that are largely associated with the incorporation process, opening a German business bank account with any bank isn’t easy for non-citizens and for those not residing in the country. Here in this detailed guide, we detail everything about opening a German bank account from abroad.
Choosing a data center to host your IT infrastructure and needs is important to ensure business continuity and security for various compliance requirements. The data center services in Malta offered by CSL is a great match for large and small businesses – including those with special needs such as iGaming operators and financial institutions.
As a self-employed person in Germany, do you know how much in tax you are expected to pay? This article will help you to know that, ways to save on taxes, and more. Tax payments are a significant part of running your trade or business.
BDG is a consultancy that is specialized in supporting foreign companies that wish to expand their business into the German market. We are a dedicated team of experts in our respective fields that provides an instant access to a deep knowledge and know-how in everything you need to know to launch your business in Germany.
Thanks to a legal reform passed in 2008, it is now easier to found a new company in Germany, or shift sole proprietorship to a corporation. The new law both makes the process of doing so, simply, and also less expensive.