Anyone want to start business in Slovenia?

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  1. markob

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    If anyone want to start business in Slovenia I can give you some tips and information about starting business.

    Well first off all you need to establish company in Slovenia. For company registration (Limited Liability Company/Družba z omejeno odgovornostjo – d.o.o.) you need:

    1. To establish a business in Slovenia all foreign founders/representatives need a Slovenian tax number and EMŠO (ID) number. All founders will also need certificate of non criminal record in Slovenia. We can help you to obtain Slovenian tax and EMŠO number and certificate of non criminal record for you.

    To obtain Slovenian tax number we need some data from you:

    - a copy of your passport (where your first and second name are clearly visible), your permanent address, date and place of your birth
    - name of the company you will register in Slovenia and business address of the company
    - If the founder is foreign company also company will need a Slovenian tax number for company formation in Slovenia.

    In such a case we need from you:

    a) original abstract (that is not older than 3 months) from the court or other official register for the company – stakeholder translated to Slovenian language by an official court translator

    b) scan of the passport and permanent address of a person in charge of the company – stakeholder

    c) Information about the business address and also notarised permission for usage of this address signed by the owner of the building

    d) Information on the name of the company that will be established in Slovenia

    2. We will prepare a power of attorney for you and we’ll send this document via e-mail to you. You have to sign power of attorney and return it back to us via post on our address: DATA d.o.o., Dunajska cesta 136, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia.

    3. After we’ll get the post from you we’ll obtain the Slovenian tax numbers for you and make a reservation of name of the company.

    Regarding selection of the name of the company:
    The name of the company must be in Slovenian language and shall not have foreign letters that are not in Slovenian alphabet (q, y, x, w).

    A translation of a registered name into a foreign language may only be used together with the registered name in Slovene.
    The words in the name of the company can be in foreign language only if:

    - they correspond to the registered names or the names and surnames of members
    - which are an integral part of the registered name, or
    - they correspond to the trademarks or service marks,
    - they are invented words not containing foreign characters, or
    - they are from a dead language.

    4. Then you can come to the registration procedure to DATA.

    5. For the registration of the company in Slovenia, as you know now, you will need a Slovenian tax number, copy of your valid passport and 7.500 EUR of founding capital. All founders/representatives have to be present for registration.

    6. Registration of the company at VEM point DATA is a free service in Slovenia. A business advisor will fulfill all the documents, which are necessary for the registration, and you will sign them. The procedure takes up to 1 hour.

    7. After that procedure you will go and open a temporary bank account at the bank and deposit EUR 7.500 of founding capital. We can also help you to find a suitable bank for you to open your business account. The bank will give you a certificate about deposit, and you will bring this document back to us.

    8. We can arrange you a meeting with our accountant, if you wish, and offer you professional tax and accounting consulting for the purpose of doing business in Slovenia!

    9. The company will be registered in a week or two.

    Here at Data d.o.o. they offer you everything that you need for doing business in Slovenia.

    If you have any questions about establishing feel free to ask.

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