Hello, are you interested to expand your contacts and knowledge of Chinese market?
I am pleased to invite you to a networking event with a business delegation led by Mr. Liu Yang, Vice-president of China Council for the Promotion of International Trade Beijing Sub-council on April 3, 2014 in Brussels. Please find in attachment the list of delegate members and the introduction of their companies.
15:00 – 15:30 Registration
15:30 – 15:40 Welcome words by Mr. Bernard Dewit, Chairman of BCECC
15:40 – 15.50 Speech by Mr. Liu Yang, Vice president of CCPIT Beijing Sub-council
15.50 – 16.00 Signing ceremony between CCPIT Beijing Sub-council & BCECC
16:00 – 17:00 Networking drink
Sheraton Brussels Airport Hotel
Brussels National Airport
Located across the departure halls of the airport.
The participation fee to the event is 35€ (VAT excl.)/person for BCECC members and for non-members 70€ (VAT excl.)/person.
Interested in joining us? Please register online or send the attached registration form by e-mail to email@example.com or by fax to 02 649 04 39 before March 27, 2014.
Looking forward to meeting you there!
The team at Startupr
A prosperous and healthy Year of the Horse
Have a wonderful time !
We have recently had some interest in Marshall Islands Incorporations, so we have worked hard to find a suitable package to suit all our customers.
The Marshall Islands is a small island located in the Northern Pacific Ocean.
The cost to incorporate a company is: 1790.00 USD
- Incorporation of a Marshall Islands Company
- Marshall Islands Government Registration Fees
- Registered Office for 1 Year
- Registered Agent for 1 Year
- Certificate of Incorporation
- Articles of Incorporation
- Consent of Director
By incorporating in Marshall Islands, a business gains a wide range of competitive advantages, including:
- Exemption from all local taxes and stamp duty.
- No Disclosure of minimum capital requirements
- The Minimum number of Shareholders is one
- The Minimum number of Directors is one
- Maximum confidentiality and anonymity
If you would like further information or would like to go ahead and order Marshall Islands incorporation, please do not hesitate to contact our team and we will be more than happy to help you.
Pursuant to the amendments of the International Business Companies Act, 2013, the following take effects immediately and have to be adhered to:
1. Issue of Bearer Shares is prohibited and all current bearer shares issued by the company have to be recalled and cancelled within six months and shall issue registered shares in substitution for the cancelled bearer shares. Any bearer shares which have not been recalled and cancelled within that period of six months shall thereafter be null and void and be without effect for the purpose of the law.
2. The share register of an IBC shall be maintained at the registered agent office only.
3. Every company incorporated under the Act, shall by 31st December of each year furnish to the Registered Agent a return in the form of a declaration that:
(i) The company is keeping accounting records in accordance with the Act and that such records can be made available through its registered agents and that the Share Register located at the Registered Office is complete and updated.
We wanted to wish you and your family a relaxing and prosperous holiday season. Looking forward to many great possibilities for 2014 and wishing you a great year ahead.
Have a promising, healthy and fulfilling new year.
your startupr.com team
In United Kingdom, company limited by shares is the most common form of company for trading and doing business. A company limited by shares has a share capital which is divided into a number of shares of certain value each. Some or all of the shares are then held by investors, which are known as the shareholders of the company. If the company is prosperous and makes good profits, the company will then distribute dividend to the shareholders in accordance with their respective shareholdings. If the company suffers a loss, the shareholders will, at the most, lose all their investment in the shares of the company. In other words, their liabilities are limited to the value of the shares.
The most common ways of establishing a charitable organization in United Kingdom are through the use of:
a) A trust
b) A society established under the Societies Ordinance (Cap 151)
c) A company incorporated under the Companies Ordinance (Cap 32)
A company limited by guarantee is a company which is often used as a device for setting up of a club, association, school or charitable body. The liability of its members is limited to the amount which they agree to contribute to its assets in the event of the company being wound up.
The most popular method for establishing a charity is a Company Limited by Guarantee under the Companies Ordinance of United Kingdom (Cap 32), which allows for greater transparency and legitimacy in establishing a charity in United Kingdom. The draft incorporation documents for a United Kingdom company are submitted at the same time as the application for Section 88 of the Inland Revenue Ordinance Cap 112 tax exemption status to the Inland Revenue Department for pre-approval.
Under United Kingdom law a charity must be established exclusively for charitable purposes and as such must fall into the following categories:
a) Relief of poverty;
b) Advancement of education;
c) Advancement of religion; and
d) Other purposes of a charitable nature beneficial to the community not falling under any of above categories. (For example, this may include charities with the purpose of providing care and protection to animals or for the provision of specific medical purposes such as cancer research.)
As being the supporting organization of the “IP Seminar: How to protect your R&D by Patent?” hosted by Hong Kong Science & Technology Parks Corporation, it is our great honour to help them in promoting this seminar. Please see the programme details as below:
||10 December 2013, Tuesday
||2:30pm – 5:15pm
||Conference Hall 01-02, G/F, Core Building 1, Hong Kong Science Park
n Dr Jasemine C. Chambers, Ph.D., J.D., Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati
n Mr Andrew Cobden, Consultant, Hogan Lovells
n Mr Peter Colegate, Legal Manager, Hogan Lovells
nMr Melvin Li, Founder and Principal, Melvin Li Intellectual Property Ltd
||Entrepreneurs, Legal experts, Technology-based companies
||Free of charge
||Please register on or before 5 Dec (Thu) to firstname.lastname@example.org with your company name, first name, surname, job position, tel no. and email address.
Seats are available on first-come-first-served basis.
In our view, there is no straight alternative to Cyprus as a International Trade and Shipping is far too advanced
and flexible. There are other jurisdictions that contain a number of features, but not in full length. One would need
to use several jurisdictions, with several layers of
1. Increase in built area (density)
a) Rural places for golf courses etc. by 10%
b) Tourist Zones (existing 20-40%) by 30%
c) Inhabited district areas by 20%
d) Town areas on main and secondary roads by 20%, 25% or 30%.
Overall 5% addition in density for projects built on renewable energy systems.
Fast track process for securing planning permission, building licence and even provisional permission
that greatly helps investors, developers very greatly for obvious reasons.
2. Free tax re-investment profits from one project to the other for new developments started to be developed from June 2013 to May 2015. It
is expected that his law will be renewed for another two years during this Government’s ruling period.
3. Non-EU Investors for 1-2 houses by €300,000 and over are entitled to Investors for €5 million
and over Cyprus permanent Cyprus residency and EU visa.
4. Quite a number of other incentives and relaxa-tions have already been granted and others are
said to follow. Among those already granted is 100% depreciation on technologies and innovation and 25% of all other assets.
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How you should prepare for the Profit Tax Return for Hong Kong Limited Company.
Normally, HK Tax Authority (“IRD”) will issue a Profits Tax Return (“PTR”) to your company after 18 months from the company’s incorporation date and you are required to file it to IRD within 3 months from the date of issue of the PTR no matter your company is dormant during the said period, i.e. 2nd December 2011 (date of incorporation) to 31st December 2012.
Generally, IRD would demand penalty of HK$1,200 for any company that first time late submission.
In this stage, as 18 months have passed since incorporation of the company, please prepare the following basis information should be provided for our audit purposes:
- All sales invoices
- All purchases invoices
- All expense receipts
- All bank statements
- All signed agreements (including tenancy agreements, services agreements, etc.)
- General ledger and management account (i.e. Trial Balance, Balance Sheet and Income Statement). If this one you cannot provided, we can provide bookkeeping service to handle it.
Please firstly to provide the management account and advise the volume of transactions incurred by the company during the said period, we will provide our quote of services fee to you.
IF you want to register company in Hong Kong, please let us know, we will be happy to assist you!