Much like all the other regional markets around the world, Singapore has some specific rules…
Starting businesses has a management aspect and a legal one too. For the most part, new businesses avoid delving deep into into government mandates and regulatory compliance. Its both time and cost intensive. Although, in case of setting up business overseas you might have little choice in the matter. Being said that, it doesn’t have to be a tough job to establish the legal framework for the company. When you venture out to incorporate a company in Singapore, make sure that you know all the important legal aspects of company incorporation in advance to keep the legal hassles away. Here’s an interesting infographic from SBS consulting that takes you through some of the important things to look at:
Are you looking forward to register a company in Singapore? Whether or not, it is good to know about the legal aspects. If you have any concerns or queries please write to us and do leave your comments below.
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