Is your start-up ready to launch its products or services to the market?
With our Australian company incorporation services, you’ll achieve a tax-efficient corporate structure while protecting both company and personal assets. We also have the methods to ensure your corporate structure provides flexibility to avoid costly restructures required to prepare for potential exit or growth opportunities, such as business sales, entry / exit of investors or public listings.
We can get your start-up ready for the future through:
With extensive experience in negotiating and closing SME business deals, we narrow down the key issues quickly, thereby accelerating the negotiation process. We give definitive advice and help our clients assess commercial risk, which is why our clients trust us with their deals.
You should incorporate your start-up as early as possible if:
- you are going to launch your product or service to the market (this is to protect your personal assets);
- there is more than one founder (this is to define your shareholding percentages to avoid disputes later)
- you want flexibility to issue shares to new investors or run an employee share scheme
In this article we look at the differences between the business models for small businesses and start-ups