Need a Little Extra?
Upgrading to the StartUp package you will also receive:
You will receive hard copies of the registered documents in a beautiful folder.
Registered Address (c/o) for 1 year
c/o address in the prestigious Canton of Zug, which happens to also be one of the most tax friendly in Switzerland
Mail forwarding for 1 year
On a weekly basis, we will forward all post to you. Postage for forwarding your post will be billable separately and will require a small postal deposit.
With Every Package You Get
Care & Support
You can do most of things online. But you can call or email us anytime, We are alway reachable.
You get access to your online admin portal where you can track the status of your order
Discount to help you launch your business's website and build your online presence
We establish your company in one of the most tax-efficient Cantons and a business hub in Switzerland.
Accounting & Tax advice
Our experts will advice on accounting and tax planning, tipps and tricks
Website hosting at our secure local data center
Corporate FB Page
You get your corporate Facebook page setup and branded
Basic Package FAQs
How do I choose the right legal form?
Without a question, if you decided to start your own business, you need to register yourself as a self-trader or a company.
There are several legal forms to consider, the main differences are in liability, capital, taxation and maintenance.
You may find more detailed information here . If in doubt, please contact us and we will provide an assessment and help you to make the best choice.
What is a c/o address?
The abbreviation "c/o" (Care of) suggests there is an intermediary before the final addressee receives their correspondence. It also suggests the legal entity does not conduct most of its administrative business by this address.
It is allowed to have a registered c/o address in Switzerland, whereas a PO box is not.
Ref. Art 117 Para. 3 HRegV
This is the most cost effective way to use a Swiss address for your business.
A proper business has its registered office?
Every business must report an address to the Registered Office, at which the registered offices of the company can be contacted.
An own registered office is a location which a legal entity owns or leases and where it conducts most of its administrative business where the receipt of any kind of correspondence is possible.
Both natural and legal persons can hold a registered address.
Ref. Art 117 Para. 3 HRegV
Having a registered office address gives a company a presence in Switzerland and definitely helps to build trust with the clients.
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