Despite Switzerland having one of the best business environments in the world, some businesses still find themselves having to shut down their Swiss operations for various reasons. Such circumstances are usually a result of mismanagement of the company, bankruptcy, disputes or loss of interest by the investors among many other reasons. The Swiss government has put in place several laws and regulations that apply to companies undergoing insolvency and closure. These rules address issues such as the responsibilities of directors and mechanisms to utilise when declaring bankruptcy.
Investment opportunities for foreign entrepreneurs who want to create new business opportunities in Switzerland or to expand their business activities in the country.
Useful tips to help you grow your business in Switzerland, from choosing the right location and legal form to taxation and culture clashes that foreign companies and entrepreneurs should take into account.
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Helpful tips for company formation in Switzerland which entrepreneurs should take into consideration to ensure the success of their business venture on the Swiss market and to avoid the most common pitfalls of start-up companies.
The franchising business sector offers many opportunities for foreign investors interested in starting a franchise business in Switzerland. Find out what legal requirements are necessary to start a franchise business and register a company in Switzerland.