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eBook Starting a Business in Spain (Starting a Business - Cadogan) ePub

by John Howell

eBook Starting a Business in Spain (Starting a Business - Cadogan) ePub
Author: John Howell
Language: English
ISBN: 1860112102
ISBN13: 978-1860112102
Publisher: Cadogan Guides; 1st edition (January 1, 2006)
Pages: 272
Category: Europe
Subcategory: Traveling
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 595
Formats: lit doc azw txt
ePub file: 1140 kb
Fb2 file: 1817 kb

Give a new business venture in Spain the best possible start with Cadogan's essential new guide. It analyses business options that are likely to succeed in Spain and highlights any gaps in the market that entrepeneurs could fill

Give a new business venture in Spain the best possible start with Cadogan's essential new guide. It analyses business options that are likely to succeed in Spain and highlights any gaps in the market that entrepeneurs could fill. All the practicalities, such as how to raise the finance for your new business, are discussed in full, and legal expert John Howell offers specialist advice on licences required, taxation in Spain, acquiring business premises, and employing staff.

Give a new business venture in Spain the best possible start with Cadogan's essential new guide. All the practicalities.

Starting a Business in Spain book. Published January 1st 2006 by Cadogan Guides. Give a new business venture in Spain the best possible start.

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If you want to start a business, you'll need advice on where to start, what pitfalls to anticipate, and how best to. .The book contains Kawasaki's hard-won practical advice about all manner of topics, from marketing and social media to crowdfunding and cloud computing.

If you want to start a business, you'll need advice on where to start, what pitfalls to anticipate, and how best to spend your time and money to get your idea off the ground. Amidst all this practical advice, Kawasaki helps readers internalize his advice that "entrepreneur is a state of mind, not a job title.

Don't get stuck in a long-term lease if it doesn't make sense for your business.

Entrepreneur Insider. A business plan is a written description of how your business will evolve from when it starts to the finish product. As angel investor and tech-company founder Tim Berry wrote on Entrepreneur, "You can probably cover everything you need to convey in 20 to 30 pages of text plus another 10 pages of appendices for monthly projections, management resumes and other details. Landlords are starting to offer shorter-term office rentals. Don't get stuck in a long-term lease if it doesn't make sense for your business. Play the whole field.

If you need a work permit and plan to start your own business, there are certain rules you must follow

If you’re an EU citizen, the principle of free movement automatically gives you this right. However, you’ll still need to obtain your Número de Identificación de Extranjero (NIE). An NIE is your unique Spanish tax identification number. If you need a work permit and plan to start your own business, there are certain rules you must follow. You have to apply for your permit at the Spanish embassy or consulate in your home country. Besides the application, you’ll also need to provide the following documents: a business plan (if appropriate).

Starting a small business doesn't have to require a lot of money, but it will involve some initial investment as well as the ability to cover ongoing expenses before you are turning a profit

Starting a small business doesn't have to require a lot of money, but it will involve some initial investment as well as the ability to cover ongoing expenses before you are turning a profit.

Another important factor in starting a business in Spain is that you will need to choose a legal Spanish business .

This isn't necessary for IT related companies but it is always best to check, just in case. It's highly recommended that you gain business help and advice when thinking of starting up a company or even working freelance in another country as the likelihood is that they do things very differently to the UK. Once this has been established you are free to move onto the exciting part of setting up a business and getting the ball rolling. Main steps to follow.

Give a new business venture in Spain the best possible start with Cadogan's essential new guide. It analyses business options that are likely to succeed in Spain and highlights any gaps in the market that entrepeneurs could fill. All the practicalities, such as how to raise the finance for your new business, are discussed in full, and legal expert John Howell offers specialist advice on licences required, taxation in Spain, acquiring business premises, and employing staff. Finally, Starting a Business in Spain comes complete with a glossary of business terms to get readers started, and helps with the challenges of settling-in and living and working in Spain: understanding the society, the law and the language.
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