Our business formation services provide much more than incorporating a company; we also act as advisors in applying for government licenses, and zoning variance applications to convert the use of a property. We have helped set up restaurants, IT companies, hospitality and other services companies.

Individuals and small to large organisations can rely on our services when they are looking to set up or expand their business. We help them manage a wide range of formation needs, including the ones mentioned below. We focus on meeting our clients’ unique needs and assisting them to transform and grow. Some of our past clients have included tech start-ups looking to form, home bakery companies looking to license, new restaurants, retail companies, delivery services and recruitment agencies.

Business Formation Laws

This law defines the type of business entity you have formed – a sole proprietorship, partnership, or a limited liability company (LLC). Each one of these entities has different tax structures and legal implications. Speak to us when you’re deciding on your business’ entity.

Zoning Law

This law defines the types of businesses allowed in certain zones or areas of cities. There might be some restrictions in particular areas, so if you are planning to run your business from home or lease office space, make sure to speak to us.

License Laws

Certain businesses will need certain types of license to operate. For example, a restaurant might require a different license to operate compared to a hardware store. You need to have the correct type of license to operate your business. We obtain the necessary licenses for our clients.

Employee Laws

Knowledge of employment law is also very important, since unhappy employees can take you to court if you do not follow the proper procedures in hiring, paying or firing them. OSHA (Occupational Health and Safety Administration) laws must also be followed when it comes to ensuring the safety of your employees. If you violate OSHA, and one of your employees gets hurt, you could be sued.

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