If you are looking into the process of registering a business in South Africa, Intergate Immigration is able to provide you with professional guidance and advice every step of the way.
In 2014/2015, South Africa’s economy was ranked second largest in Africa and 33rd largest in the world. Much of this could arguably be attributed to the fact that South Africa ranked 10th out of 189 countries for good practice in protecting investors in business. This according to the World Bank’s Doing Business Report for 2014.
More good news for investors is that the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) ranked as the 12th best stock exchange in the world in terms of market value, trade and turnover in 2014. Not only that, but South Africa was ranked as the 75th freest economy in the world in the 2014 Index of Economic Freedom. South Africa’s overall score was higher than the world and regional sub-Saharan averages.
While ranking 41st in the world for the ease of doing business, important decisions must be still be made to ensure that when registering a business the correct structure and choices are made.
How can we help when registering a business in South Africa
Intergate Immigration offers companies a reliable outsourcing partner to make the registering and opening up of a new business, branch or subsidiary a seamless as possible, allowing you to focus on what matters – the business itself.
- Consultation in respect of the best business structures.
- Formation and legalities of the correct company formation.
- Business plans.
- Recruitment of staff.
- Business premises.
- Office infrastructure.
- International tax consulting.
- Relocation of staff.
- Appropriate permits and visas.