Switzerland is located at the crossroads of several European trade routes, thus relying heavily on external exchange. Today it is one of the largest commodity trading centers in the world.
A unique trademark helps consumers identify and buy a product or service due to its nature and its qualities. A trademark provides protection to the owner by assuring him the exclusive right to use it, to designate products and services or to authorize a third party to use it for a payment.
Important things to consider regarding the taxation of sole proprietorships and partnerships in Switzerland. Main advantages and disadvantages in terms of taxation.
FINMA published the guidelines for FinTech licenses applicable from 2019. Find out what documents and information must be included in the license application.
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.