Entrepreneurial even during the Communist era, Czechs have seized every opportunity to demonstrate their free-market credentials since joining the EU in 2004. Today the Czech Republic offers a stable and welcoming home to foreign investors. But to make the most of the opportunities here, you need local knowledge. That’s our business.
There are four main kinds of business entity for foreign investors and they are as follows:
limited liability company (SRO) joint stock company partnership (AS) partnership
branch office Czech authorities offer a wide range of financial incentives for foreign investors: new manufacturing investment: ten years’ full relief of corporate tax technology and business investment: the state pays up to 50% of costs substantial job-creation and training grants.
Foreign investors are well served by an array of international and local banks now operating in the Czech Republic. It is worth noting, however, that setting up a corporate bank account can be a complex procedure. Make it simple – talk to us and we’ll arrange everything.