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.
Swiss mixed companies can benefit from certain tax privileges if they qualify under certain conditions. Especially on cantonal level, the tax rate can significantly drop. Find out how can a Swiss company qualify as a mixed company and what are the most important tax advantages for this type of company in Switzerland.
Foreign entrepreneurs interested in setting up an e-commerce business in Switzerland must meet similar requirements in terms of company formation and registration as regular companies. These are the most important requirements business owners should be aware of regarding opening an e-commerce company in Switzerland.Read More
Switzerland is one of the best locations for Fintech companies, especially since the Swiss canton of Zug has developed into a Crypto Valley for Fintech startups. Switzerland in general provides a favorable framework for foreign companies and entrepreneurs interested in opening a company in Switzerland.Read More