Starting a business in Germany
There are various legal, financial and practical aspects to consider when starting a business in Germany.
Promoters of new businesses need to decide which legal form their business should take, know how much start-up capital is required, draft the corresponding articles of association or partnership contract, complete formal administrative registration and consider to what extent they should be personally liable for the business.
Whether you are looking to create a subsidiary, open a branch office or set out to become self-employed, our German lawyers are there to guide you through the maze of German legislation and administration.
To help you keep track of your business’ start-up costs, you can take advantage of our transparent fixed-fee representation models to get your business off the ground.
We can support you with writing a business plan, forming the business and drafting initial supply and distribution agreements.
For further information on starting a business in Germany, call our expert team of lawyers on 0221 / 951 563 0 (Beratung bundesweit) or use our contact form.