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Setting up a company in Germany
Depending on the scope of your business and the marketing strategy the German/European market can be developed through house-to-house distribution, commercial or trade partners, an own representative or trade office or a German branch company. If you decided to enter the German market through the setting up of a German company you have to find the most suitable legal form: Non-incorporated (Personengesellschaft) or incorporated firm (Kapitalgesellschaft). The most common legal form (especially for SMEs) is the GmbH/UG, the equivalent to the British Limited. The establishment process of a GmbH can take between a few days and several weeks depending on the investment amount, the line of business etc.
However, the set up of a German company requires advise and assistance of several third parties (notary, lawyer, tax consultant, bank etc.). The German Center for Market Entry maintains a wide network of experienced partners. We take care for all necessities and approvals and coordinate the required partners. So you save time and money and can focus on what really matters: Your business.

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