COMPANY REGISTRATION PATTAYA
COMPANY REGISTRATION PATTAYA – HOW DO I REGISTER A THAI COMPANY IN PATTAYA?
Company Registration is the first step to opening a business in Pattaya, register with J & E Concierge and get started today.
Only 17,000 Baht ( 1M Baht Capital)
Registering the company in Pattaya can be a difficult task to manage, but J & E Concierge is here to help you open your new business in Thailand.
Not only can we assist with the initial company registration we can help you with a whole range of business services. If you are opening a new company or just looking for a reliable accounting partner to keep you on the right track with your accounting, licencing your business, opening a Thai bank account, Insurance or legal services.
Whatever it is J & E Concierge can make your life easier and save you time in Pattaya.
Open a Thai company now just 17.000 baht / 1 million baht capital
Opening a business in Thailand can be very exciting, make sure you get it right and it can be the best thing you ever did. What’s not to like, live the dream whilst making a comfortable living here in Pattaya, Thailand.
J & E are here to help you get it right from the word go, there is many people out there willing to give you advice in the bar, but do they really know what they are talking about? Do the smart thing and arm yourself with the correct facts relating to Thai business law and regulations before you decide if your chosen business is viable to give you the lifestyle you are looking for.
Be fully prepared, do your market research and know your business plan inside-out and most importantly make sure you have enough cash to start up. Come to J & E with your plan and we will guide you thought the whole process of company registration and opening a Thai Company.
J & E Concierge Company Registration Services can can help you with the following:
Deciding on the type of company, legally registering the company, obtaining the correct licences to operate (Restaurant Licences, Hotel Licences, Bar Licences) shareholders percentages, staff regulations, business visas, work permits, tax and accounting, Thai bank accounts and general advice.
Complete the form to enquire about Registering a Thai Company in Pattaya
How much will it cost to set up my Thai business?
The million dollar question! No one really knows, its dependant on many factors, type of business, location, stock, amount of staff and expenses required. J & E Concierge can, however, provide you with some knowledge to give you an idea of what’s involved. The main difference between and Thailand and Western countries is that the cost of construction and manual labor, here in Pattaya is very profitable. Depending on the type of business you want to pursue here in Pattaya, the cost of staff salaries and renovation of a property will not set you back too much.
The average salary for Thai staff working in restaurants, shops, and the service industry is around 10,000 baht per month.
Electricity can be charged at anything from 5-8 baht per unit depending on the landlord of your property
Water tends to vary from 18-20 baht per unit.
Rent/ property prices are dependent on size and location.
Can I own 100% of my Thai Company?
You have the choice between several types of partnerships and corporations. We can help you choose the best option for you. The type you choose should depend on how much you invest or how well you know the people you go into business with. Foreign citizens are not allowed to own 100% shares.
The best option you can choose is to have Thai citizenship partners.
The Thai citizenship partner owns 51% of the company, which designates this majority shareholder in the company.
However, there are some exceptions that we can discuss and we can clarify to you regarding any information you need.
Don’t forget to contact us by phone, or pay us a visit directly at our headquarters.
Can I employ staff and work in my own business?
As a business owner you are not allowed to work in your company without a work visa, you cannot even do volunteer work without the proper papers. Once you have set up your company J & E Concierge can help you obtain a work visa.
You can stay on your business premises and have your Thai partner delegate, you see a lot of this with foreign owned bars, however your not physically allowed to help out.
You can employ Thai staff, but if you want to hire a foreigner the eligibility depends on registered capital. Two million Baht will enable you to employ a foreign national, and a further 2 million Baht per person is required up to a maximum of 10 people.The company may hire 1 foreign worker for every 5 million Baht paid in tax.
Company Registration is one of the first things you need to do to get your new business started in Thailand.
Thailand has many foreign companies doing well, especially in Pattaya, but the one thing that is evident is that, the businesses’ that have survived over the years are the ones that do everything above board.
Business owners that respect the culture, take time to learn the language, have trustworthy partners and the best legal advice can thrive in Pattaya.
Get in touch with J & E Concierge today to find out exactly which services would benefit you.
What is the visa I need in order to start a new business in Thailand?
To enter Thailand, in order to do business, you will need a non-immigrant “B” (business visa). This makes you legally eligible to conduct business in Thailand, and this includes the prospect of setting up a company.
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In Thailand, the business license can also be associated with a work permit. Just as foreign nationals living in Thailand can only work in certain occupations and are required to have a work permit, foreign nationals who start a business in Thailand can only work in selected categories and need an FBL.
What about tax?
You will pay first the Tax on profit on profit (CIT)
The tax will be deducted at the interest paid to associations or foundations at a rate of 10%.
All Government Agencies must withhold 1% tax on all types of income paid to companies.
Can foreign citizens work in my company?
Two million Baht will enable you to employ a foreign national, and a further 2 million Baht per person is required up to a maximum of 10 people.
What can you say about shareholders?
In Thailand, a designated shareholder has no financial interest for the company.