If you’ve been thinking about opening a company in France but haven’t found the right time to do it, then this year could be the year to achieve that goal.

Starting a business in France – or in any country other than your own – is always a serious undertaking. So you need to consider a wide range of issues before you take the plunge.

Each country has its own set of rules and regulations for company registration and formation, and France is no exception. Before opening your company, you’ll need to pick a business structure - for example a SARL or an SAS. And in France, you have to open a business bank account with a reputable bank BEFORE you register your company. Knowing these types of details means you save yourself some difficulty in the long run.

All in all, there are eight steps to opening your business in France, but if you want to cut through all the red tape and only take one step, then opting to use a company formation specialist is the way to go. And luckily for you, at the moment you have the added opportunity of creating your own company formation package at a 10% discount as part of the Euro Start Entreprises company formation scheme.

If you want to find out more about how to open a company or branch in France which includes help with bank accounts, taxes and accountants, and you can download our free guide below or email us via our contact page or call us on 0033 (0) 1 53 57 49 10 and we'll be happy to help you.

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