Opening a company in The Netherlands can be difficult if your origin is not from The Netherlands and if you do not speak the Dutch language. But that shouldn’t stop you from expanding your business opportunities in opening a company in The Netherlands. We from “Set-up your Dutch company” can provide you the assist you need to establish and maintain your business in The Netherlands.
We have successfully helped many foreigners, opening company in The Netherlands, finding their right way in Dutch rules, permits and subsidies.
Not sure which legal form suites the company the best? We can help you with that, explaining the liabilities and tax obligation regarding this subject if you choose for opening a company in the Netherlands.
Why the Netherlands?
Independent enterprise is the backbone of the Dutch economy. There are thousands of small and medium-sized firms, the so-called “MKB-ers” (Midden en Klein bedrijf) who choose for opening company in the Netherlands.
In the European Union and in International Organizations, such as the World Bank, the United Nations and the WTO they are called “Small and Medium Enterprises” (also SMEs, small and medium businesses, SMBs). The abbreviation SME occurs commonly.
The Netherlands recognizes the contribution these entrepreneurs make to the economy and actively encourages them opening company in the Netherlands. The Ministry of Economic Affairs (Ministerie van Economische Zaken) initiated action in 1996 to help small and medium-sized businesses enter the export market. It is a positive environment for smaller businesses. So, do not hesitate to have a look at our website and contact us freely for more information.