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How European businesses can break into the UK market

13 Apr 2021

Much has been written about the effects of Brexit on the UK, and how UK businesses have been hampered in their efforts to reach the EU market. However, less has been said about the reverse situation. While the EU is large enough to manage the loss of the UK economy, it is nonetheless a world leader ...

Expat tax exemptions attract entrepreneurs to France

08 Apr 2021

Good news for international entrepreneurs wanting to start their business in France - the French government has a special expatriate exemption scheme to attract company directors and employees to France by providing partial income tax exemption. The exemptions, which are valid for up to eight years ...

How to open a company in the Netherlands

09 Feb 2021

With Brexit causing a multitude of problems for UK companies wishing to trade in the EU, one way round the issue is opening a country abroad. Even the UK government are suggesting British businesses move operations to neighbouring EU countries to avoid the hold-ups, and one country that is ...

How French software businesses are making it big

09 Feb 2021

While many businesses have suffered in the past year or so, one sector that has profited is that of software. Software as a service (SaaS) companies such as Zoom and Slack have benefitted from a large contingent of remote workers, and this trend looks set to continue, as many companies embrace the b ...

Guide to importing & exporting goods in and out of the UK after Brexit

09 Feb 2021

If you own a UK company and need to trade to the EU, you could be going through some difficulties with the new rules since the Brexit transition ended. Even big companies such as John Lewis and Marks and Spencer are suspending certain services to the EU due to problems with customs and some EU custo ...

The best startup & home business ideas for 2021

09 Feb 2021

It may seem risky to make assumptions after the year we've had, but with the arrival of the vaccines we can hopefully see an end to the coronavirus pandemic. This will mean a return to normality for most of us, at least in terms relative to the previous year. However, it's also likely to produce a s ...