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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 protected] 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
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Have a promising, healthy and fulfilling new year.
your startupr.com team
Hello to all of you,
Guillaume is one of our customer who has been experienced to get company opened within 24 hours.
“Tomas is really helpful and knows what he is doing. Even with his detailed websites, he is willing to answer all of your questions to get the work done. Fast and premium service for the lowest price on the market ! Excellent
The company was ready within 24 hours as I needed to have the bank account one day leter.”
Suit Up Tailor Limited
Guillaume BAZAN – Corporate
It’s always great to receive the feed back from our clients on our service:
Thank you very much for your participation in this process. Everything went very good. Bank account is open, I have a debit card, and even the needed device for the internet banking.
I would very much recommend your services to anyone.
If you happen to be in town (central) later today, let me know, I would be more than happy to invite you for a drink or a dinner (if you have time for that of course).
Greetings from France
Streamline Invest Limited | Managing Director
To form a Hong Kong limited company, you would need to identify at least one director and one
shareholder. The director and the shareholder can be the same person and can be a foreign
passport holder who has attained the age of 18. You would also need to identify a company
secretary. If the secretary is an individual, he/she must ordinarily reside in Hong Kong and has
attained the age of 18. If it is a company, its registry office must be in Hong Kong. The company
registration fee is HK$1,720.
Hong Kong Business registration fee applies to every business in Hong Kong and an application should be made
within one month of business commencement. The registration fee is HK$2,450 for a 1-year
certificate and HK$6,550 for a 3-year certificate*.
(*Note: According to 2012-13 Budget proposal. The fees payable in respect of business
registration certificates that with commencement date on or after 1 April 2012 will be reduced by a
sum of $2,000, subject to the scrutiny by the Legislative Council.)
Are you interesting on: “Listings of Labuan Incorporated Companies on the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited“? Here you’re, our agent in Labuan just informed us about the possibility!
Should you have any question in this regard, please contact us – company formation provider in Hong Kong!
Dear Mr. Milar,
We refer to the above captioned subject.
Kindly be informed that Labuan International Business and Financial Centre (“IBFC”) is now deemed as an acceptable jurisdiction by the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited (the “HKEx”). Labuan Incorporated Companies are able to apply to be listed on the HKEx through a streamlined listing process as required by HKEx. The approval for listings will be subject to the conditions to be fulfilled by the listing applicant from Labuan IBFC.
We are pleased to attached herewith the detailed decision made by the HKEx Listing Comittee, for your kind information.
We have also attached herewith an Introductory Notes on Labuan Company and our fee schedule. We are open to discuss and explore possible cooperation that will bring mutual benefits for us.
Further please do not hesitate to contact us should you require any further clarification or information on the above matter. We will be more than happy to assist you.
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Greetings from Labuan IBFC Hong Kong/Shanghai Seminar October 2012. If you want to open up company in Labuan
, let us know!
Representative office is set up by a foreign company to engage in business liaison in the selected country/jurisdiction or to enable clients to visit an domestic office where the main office is abroad.
However, it is not allowed for the office to be directly involved in operational activities. In general, a representative office can be established before an company formation, as the first step to enter local market and test the business environment in that particular country/jurisdiction.
Representative offices are usually easier to establish than a branch or subsidiary, as they are not used for actual “business” (e.g. sales) and therefore there is less incentive for them to be regulated.
For more information, contact us at: [email protected]