Archive for the ‘Partnership’ Category
Before a partnership is formed, the founders can generally already operate in the name of the partnership.
A trademark is very important.
Composition of the business name
Under Swiss law, there are basically four legal forms of companies:
People can start their own business whenever they want to do so. That is obvious. However, not everybody has the same business idea and because of that, only basics can be discussed in this post. An enterpreneur has to think at least about the following five questions:
Foreigners are generally not disallowed from founding a company in Switzerland. However, a distinction is made between persons from EU/EFTA-states and citizens of third countries.
A general partnership is an association of persons, which normally has an economic purpose and operates a commercial business. Legal entities (e.g. AG or GmbH) are not allowed to join a general partnership. A general partnership is in many respects similar to a sole proprietorship (cf. post), with the difference ...
Question: I am a tailor and I would like to set up my own business. I was thinking that it would be reasonable to share a studio with a partner in order to halve the costs for rent, machines etc. How could I set up such a partnership? Were do ...
Unless all partner's names are quoted, the firm name must include at least one partner's surname. In business relationships, this name has to be amended with an indication like "& Partners" or similar, so as to make the legal form recognisable. In addition to that, the firm name may include ...
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