Thailand – Starting a business
Thailand, the second-largest economy of South East Asia, located at the crossroad of ASEAN and with a population of almost 70 million has great potential to lure investors to start a business in Thailand.
However, most international companies get intimidated by the challenges they have to face while doing business in Thailand, including discerning Thai laws, language barriers, and cultural shocks. A large amount of unreliable information available online often confuses the investor whose startup initiatives then take a backstage as things turn out to be more complex than expected.
Startup in Thailand provides effective market entry advice for startup businesses, guiding them through the local intricacies which could otherwise be more time consuming and difficult to execute. Their intent is to provide their customers with reliable and expert guidance on setting up new business operations, exploring potential business acquisitions and joint ventures and understanding the legal implications, which in turn provides the business a rock solid foundation in Thailand.
Options for doing business in Thailand
Startup in Thailand provides a helping hand for business owners who want to startup a business in Thailand.
There are basically two ways a business owner can start up a new business in Thailand. They are:
- Company Registration in Thailand – Meant for investors who are interested to have their own business presence in Thailand and have the required capital to invest.
- Representation in Thailand – Meant for business owners who are not looking for capital investment but would like to take advantage of Thailand market opportunities.
Check out the FAQ page for a quick overview of the critical factors to consider before starting a new business in Thailand.