GBO’s customers include those in the IT industry; Technology SaaS; communications; eCommerce; eCommerce SaaS platforms; technology-related import/export businesses and businesses which operate internationally including those with a Euro-zone clientele.
E-Commerce Stores must be registered as a certain type of legal entity and operate according to certain regulations including opening bank accounts and having an organized payment system in place. Incorporated e-commerce businesses can be managed legally with all the correct documentation and procedures including receiving payments from customers; issuing invoices to suppliers and entering into legal contracts through the correct corporate structure. Not only online stores but other online business (media, tourism, affiliates, media etc.) can also enjoy the benefits of having their venture legally registered as an incorporated company.
Gaming industry businesses have specific requirements and can only be registered and operate in certain jurisdictions. This is significantly more straightforward when the business is registered as the correct type of legal entity.
Real Estate professionals incorporate their businesses offshore in order to deal with commercial real estate internationally. In this way real estate professionals can do property licensing via the offshore company and benefit from tax regulations in the country where the property was purchased. This also makes ongoing management of the property easier and ensures transparency for property investors.
Companies seeking to expand and operate internationally can establish branches across the globe by registering companies in various jurisdictions – the most viable way of doing this is through an offshore company. Companies can follow the example of industry giants like Google, e-bay and Amazon which have all incorporated multiple offshore companies over the last decade.
To help you determine which form of legal entity best suits the present and future needs of your company contact GBO for details about optimum business structures