For many aspiring and young businessmen, the prospects of entering Chinese markets is lucrative and exciting, and at the same time intimidating and risky. China wants business coming in around the world, but even at this point in time language and cultural barriers remain in the way. Startup owners know that the decision to enter China can make or break their business. For them, doing business in Hong Kong is their best course of action.
“Startup owners know that the decision to enter China can make or break their business. “
Do you have a startup or similar small business? You don’t have to be a giant multinational to do business in China. It’s considered a universal imperative that you register your business through their special administrative region of Hong Kong. Everybody knows Hong Kong is one of the most conducive places to do business in, not only in China, but the world. You don’t even have to live there to set up your business! And thanks to Startupr, you don’t even have to physically go there.
Startupr is a registered agent under the company registry of Hong Kong. It can help you through the entire process of online Hong Kong company formation, taking care of most of the legwork and breaking it down so that you only have to handle the minimum amount of tasks within the whole process. This is a godsend if you’re a small or medium sized company looking to enter China, or if you want to start a new one from scratch.
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“Hong Kong ranks among the top in countries where it is easiest to start and maintain your own business.”
The most amazing thing about online Hong Kong company registration, however, is that the whole process can be done online, in a matter of hours. This is how it works: you send Startupr the order and payment before 10 AM Hong Kong time (2 AM UTC/GMT time), Startupr goes through it within 60 minutes. They then send it to Hong Kong’s Companies Registry for 24 hour processing. 2 hours into that, you will get the notification of the incorporated company from the Companies Registry. At this point, you can start using the company and the rest is just paperwork.
For people trying to launch new businesses, trying to enter China sounds like shooting for the moon. If you’re willing to fight for your dream, however, you’ll find that the opportunities come plenty, and some struggles aren’t as hard as they appear on the surface. I hope most of you business owners do your own research and see if you can try this yourself.