Balearic Islands

Each year an immense amount of Spanish entrepreneurs was launched in our country to realize his dream to start an own business. They are aware that it is a very important decision that involves much risk and especially requiring spend lot of money, especially if we stress the fact that it is usual that the process that is required to start a business extends more than planned as a result of all procedures involved and above all by the lack of knowledge regarding requirements and documentation required. Since the beginning of this year, Spaniards wishing to start a business have it a little easier thanks to the entry into force of the Royal Decree which approves the establishment of limited companies by telematic means, option already used by other European countries, such as England for example, for some years now. Thanks to this new service, it can save much time and money on the necessary steps to start a business in Spain. There are currently 150 offices of processing telematics to create companies in 13 communities in the country. The communities that still do not have Office telematics are Basque country, Navarra, Cantabria, the Balearic Islands and the autonomous cities of Ceuta and Melilla. Negotiations are very advanced in some of them, such as Navarra and Basque country, so soon they become running these centres that facilitate the process to start a business in Spain. Telematics processing can be via the information centre and the network of companies creation (CIRCE).

The employer or employers in question should go to any of the offices of processing telematics, which are known as points of advice and start processing (PAIT) of the CIRCE. Advances in technology make the steps easier and reduce the time to start a business in Spain. However, if you want to internationalize to way to take advantage of the opportunities offered by other European economies to Spanish entrepreneurs, the best is have the advice of experts in incorporation of companies abroad. It is important to remember that the formalities and requirements by country vary, as do the laws and procedures. Without downplaying the cultural and language differences. Many times it is better to invest in professional advice when planning start a business abroad, rather than waste time and money in unknown terrain. For advice on internationalisation to over 25 countries in Europe, please contact us at: original author and source of the article