Maheshwari & co. offers thorough assistance in helping you in setting up business in India.
In India, a foreign investor may start their business in the following three manners.
The investor may start his business either as a
a) Joint Venture
b) Or a Wholly Owned Subsidiary both Private and Public limited (as according to the Companies Act, 2013)
The investor may choose to expand his business in India in the form of a
c)Or a Project Office
Subject to the provision of the Limited Liability Partnership Act, 2008, an investor may commence his business setup in India as an LLP or a corporation. One may have minimum of 2 partners for its corporation as an LLP, while Public subscription of shares would not be allowed. The LLP may be incorporated for a specific purpose in India and is not allowed to carry any activity or expand in any other area, other than that specific activity. It would be allowed to commence soon after obtaining the incorporation certificate. An LLP allows you to have 100% foreign ownership due to lack of restriction in this regard.
Maheshwari and Co. aid you right from the business registration process to the Approval and Compliances. India as a land of umpteen opportunities allows you to start-up a business in India fairly easily. With its low-cost compliances and ever rising economy it draws in alarge number of investors.
It is extremely important for a start-up business in India to be acquainted with all legalities surrounding a business, to have their business idea lead to fruition and their product and/or service available to its customers. Our expertise, eases this burden by helping them adhere to the regulations and existing laws, follow the regulatory compliances, protecting the intellectual property of the company and maintaining relationships with their consumers, vendors etc.
Maheshwari & co. assists Start-ups in areas including but not limited to Intellectual Property Rights, Corporate Laws, Capital Markets, Joint Ventures and Strategic Alliances.
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