Can February 2013 beat the record numbers for new incorporations and new business starts from February 2012? Does February continue to support the trend for new company starts that has been projected? Find out below.
When speaking of a public limited company (AG), one is principally referring to a corporate entity. In contrast to a limited liability company(GmbH), the relationship to the owners is less relevant.
The initial capital of a GmbH (Swiss form of a limited liability company) or a AG (Aktiengesellschaft, Swiss form of a corporation), must not necessarily be deposited in Swiss Francs. Rather, it is possible to use euros or other currencies as well.
Basically the Federal Institute of Intellectual Property is responsible for trademark protection.
The utmost care is required when considering trademark protection, especially in the choice of the classes one wants to apply for. This is why we strongly recommend to consult a specialised lawyer in trademark issues.
In matters of trademark protection, ...
1. You calculate an offer.
2. You register as a user on our webpage.
3. You insert the company data and complete the formation process.
4. Thereafter you will receive all formation documents via e-mail.
5. You sign all the documents and return them to us.
6. You pay in the capital and allow ...
Under the new corporation law (in force since January 1st 2008), only one person (shareholder) is required for the formation of a corporation (AG).
Under the old law, at least 3 persons (shareholders) were needed for the incorporation.
Preferably you establish the foundation of your company with STARTUPS.CH. STARTUPS.CH will provide you ...
Depending on the configuration, the formation of a limited liability company (GmbH) with STARTUPS.CH costs between CHF 1'250 and CHF 2'000. In addition to this, external costs of CHF 700 have to be payed to the Commercial Registry for the entry in the register.
The STARTUPS.CH team is happy to assist ...
Depending on the legal form, on the domicile canton and on the formation's complexity, it takes approximately 2-6 weeks.
Normally, the registration of non-incorporated firms (Sole proprietorship and partnership) is quicker (because no Statutes nor notarially certified Act of Foundation are required)
The formation of a corporation (AG and GmbH) requires the ...
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