The blockchain technology is widely used by entrepreneurs who establish start-ups in Switzerland. Here are some ideas for successful blockchain-based start-ups, such as ICOs and Fintech companies established in Switzerland.
The GmbH is one of the most common business structures used in Switzerland, along with the AG. Find out more about the governing bodies of a Swiss GmbH, their role and how they are formed.
Avoid some of the most common mistakes new entrepreneurs make when founding a sole proprietorship in Switzerland. Find out more about company registration, VAT registration and other legal requirements in Switzerland.
Certain types of companies are required to be entered into the Swiss commercial registry, while others don’t have to go through this procedure. However, it is recommended for any form of business structure to be registered to avoid possible legal issues.
If you are thinking about opening a company in Switzerland, you should know which type of legal form is best suited for your business needs. Find out more about four of the most common legal forms in Switzerland, with their advantages and disadvantages.
Starting with 2011, companies registered in Switzerland or operating in Switzerland receive a unique company identification number (UID). Find out if your company is eligible for a Swiss UID number, how to obtain it and what purposes does it have.