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Many people are starting companies in Ukraine, and the country is an attractive place to do it. However, there's more than one type of company you can have — discover some here

A joint-stock company requires that all shareholders sign off on its bylaws before they become law, so make sure everyone knows what their part will be from day 1.

Representative offices allow foreign entrepreneurs without any employees or capital but want access to marketplaces overseas while operating as if running full steam ahead (think laundromat).

LLCs offer greater flexibility compared with corporations because every member gets their vote and control over profits& losses.


To start a company in Ukraine, you and those who invest with you might need to apply for residence permits

Luckily this can be done through lawyers or representatives abroad since the process won't take longer than one or two days once all paperwork is ready. Shareholders could either be foreign nationals living outside of Ukraine's borders or Ukrainians with permission from their government-issued ID card that says they reside within these countries' borders (i.e., diplomatic passports).

You'll also have tax number withdrawal options when it comes a time, so make sure not to miss out on them by getting started soon enough before any deadlines come up.

The best way to avoid hassles in establishing a business in Ukraine is by hiring GT Invest, which specializes exclusively in helping foreigners establish an enterprise there

We will help you with all stages and build your Belgium-based company from scratch, so it's ready for success.

Don't worry about any details — you can entirely rely on us; we'll take care of everything safely under their watchful eye.

If you have a strong idea and want to implement it in Ukraine, let's act together! We know how to start a business and make it profitable!
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