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How to proceed after forming your German company?

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How to proceed after forming your German company?

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You have done it! Your German company is official. INDIPA assisted you through the complete process, from the preparation of the company contract and the opening of the bank account through to the registration of the company with various public authorities. You can now launch your sales activities and take over the market!

 

INDIPA can continue to support you with everything that does not belong to your main business so that you can concentrate fully on your sales activities. This could include:

·         dealing with your post from various German public authorities and organisations (Tax Authority, Employers‘ Liability Insurance Association, Chamber of Commerce …),

·         translation of documents, preparation of German correspondence for you  … and more!  

Of course, we would do our work in close collaboration with you. You can continue to rely on our transparency and professionalism and you will always have a partner at your side to help you and who adopts your viewpoint!                                                                                   

Are you interested? Please contact us!


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