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Visa for non-EU entrepreneurs coming to Europe

Visa for non-EU entrepreneurs coming to Europe

If you are an entrepreneur looking for ways to set up your business in Europe, there are several ways of achieving that. It is increasingly common to obtain a startup visa, but there are other ways too. Find an overview below. Do you even need a visa? Schengen Area: Many non-EU citizens don’t actually require […]

Types of Funding for your European Venture in 2024

Types of Funding for your European Venture in 2024

There comes a moment in many European businesses’ lives when internal resources just aren’t enough. Fueling expansion, solidifying growth, or transforming that brilliant idea into reality needs external support. Selling equity for an investment can make sense, but there are several other ways of structuring it. Let’s quickly go through the different options. If you […]

The SAFE: A Simpler Way to Invest in Startups

The SAFE: A Simpler Way to Invest in Startups

The journey of a startup is fueled by innovation, but also by access to capital. In this fast-paced landscape, a financing mechanism gaining popularity is the SAFE. Here’s a breakdown of SAFEs, why they’re appealing, and the nuances to be aware of. What is a SAFE? A SAFE stands for Simple Agreement for Future Equity. […]

Estonian Company – Tax Implications of Profit Reinvestment

Estonian Company – Tax Implications of Profit Reinvestment

Question: Hi, I’m considering establishing a company in Estonia to trade electronic gadgets, similar to dropshipping, where I’d purchase from suppliers and deliver directly to clients. Can I loan the profits to another company instead of distributing them? What are the tax implications? Answer: Companies in Estonia do not pay tax on undistributed profits. This […]

The European Dream: A Guide for American Entrepreneurs Moving to Europe

The European Dream: A Guide for American Entrepreneurs Moving to Europe

The statistics are telling: From 2013 to 2022, the number of Americans in the Netherlands grew from about 15,500 to 24,000; in Portugal, it tripled to nearly 10,000; and in Spain, it increased from around 20,000 to 34,000. Moderate to steady growth was observed in countries like France, Germany, and the Nordics. Britain alone saw […]

A Guide to Cyber Security for SMEs in Europe

A Guide to Cyber Security for SMEs in Europe

Every day, businesses fall victim to cyber crime. Whether it’s a ransomware attack that locks down your computer systems until you pay up, or sensitive customer data being stolen and sold on the dark web, the risks are real and growing. If you’re an SME, it’s crucial that you take steps to protect your business…

R&D tax breaks and incentives for businesses in Europe

R&D tax breaks and incentives for businesses in Europe

Governments all over Europe want to attract innovative business activity. Those are businesses that perform ground-breaking research and development (R&D) activities. European countries, and the EU as a whole, give incentives to these businesses. For example to create a more technologically advanced economy, stimulate job growth or tackle climate-related challenges. Such incentives are offered through…

Business in the European Single Market 101

Business in the European Single Market 101 EU single market map

The European Single Market (ESM) is the largest internal market in the world. It allows for the free movement of goods, services, capital and people within the European Union and Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein. These last 3 countries participate in the EU’s internal market without being members of the European Union. The Single Market works…

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