How is the business registration process in Thailand?
The first step is to select and reserve a company name, which is then valid for 30 days. Please note that registering a company in Thailand can take some time. It takes about seven days for a private company and up to 30 days for a public company. The
Before you can register and start your own business, you must deposit at least 25% of the initial investment capital into a business bank account.
You must then prepare and submit important documents such as:
• Details of the offices and branches of your company
• Memorandum of association
• Application form and list of shareholders
• Company statement form
• Company name reservation
Required documents can vary depending on the type of company, it is important to seek local advice before you continue to register your company. You may also need to have some documents certified before you present them.
You must go through various documentation procedures to register a company in Thailand. The process usually starts with - company name registration, opening a bank account, depositing deposited capital, registering for VAT and tax permits, etc..
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