To successfully create your first establishment in France from scratch, you will want to:
- Become visible in a Parisian business district
- Recruit your first employees without being slowed down by formalities
- Start business negotiations with clients
- Start building a relationship with a bank, the administration or suppliers.
We offer a package that includes 5 services:
- A K-bis extract as proof of your registration in France (€ 850 Excl. VAT)
- A URSSAF certificate as a future employer with the URSSAF of non-residents (€ 500 Excl. VAT)
- Domiciliation agreement and postal proxy (€ 1,800 Excl. VAT)
- A P.O. Box (€ 20 Excl. VAT)
- A stamp with the name of your company (€ 40 Excl. VAT)
This is legally called a “branch”. Unlike an incorporated entity, a branch does not require cash infusion.
We offer a 50% welcome rebate on your domiciliation agreement for your 1st year in France to support your project. You will be charged :
- One-off cost : € 1,410
- Monthly allowance : 900€/12 = € 75/month
As France is a country of formal traditions, registration deadlines should be taken seriously.
We offer this package at a very reasonable price and carry out the 4 formalities well in advance, thus avoiding any last-minute stress.
We will host your address in our offices in here Paris, in the heart of the business district.
Our team will take care of administrative relations with the Post Office and will also upload any post to your personal online customer login space.
3 min readREF: 044.3: When looking to setup a business alone, there are two possibilities available to you: Applying in your own name (either as an individual business or a micro-enterprise) OR Creating a one-person company (either as an EURL – a one-person limited liability company or a SASU – a simplified shareholder company) The…
2 min readREF: 044.2: The one-person company has a legal personality and its own assets. In fact, the sole partner limits their financial responsibility to just contributions. Another advantage is that it operates more easily because it is comprised of shares.
3 min readREF: 044.1: The company set-up for a Sole Trader does not have any legal entity and does not own its assets. There is actually no distinction between the sole trader’s own assets and those of the company. This therefore means that property, developed or undeveloped but linked to the Sole Trader, is liable…
3 min readREF: 025: Liaison office, branch, subsidiary… You should decide on a structure that meets your needs in terms of development (short-term or long-term) and desired level of control for the foreign company (low or high). However, the tax consequences and social obligations for each structure differ considerably, and therefore deserve a short analysis.…
3 min readREF: 023: If you are looking to expand your activities in France, you will find yourself subject to corporate tax if you have set up a Permanent Establishment. The sources of income that are subject to corporate tax in France are: on the one hand, those generated by “business carried out in France”…
2 min readREF: 017 Are you thinking about expanding to France or finally making the jump and starting up in the Paris Region? Maupard Fiduciaire’s CEO and founding partner Patrick Maupard talks about the French business environment and states some facts that could positively influence your decision.