OPEN A NEW BUSINESS IN PATTAYA
Starting up your own company in Pattaya Thailand
Only 17,000 Baht ( 1M Baht Capital)
Allow the J&E Concierge service team in Pattaya to make sure the new company will work as you wish
When you want to start a new business in Thailand, always ask for our help. The language barrier alone can make even the simplest of tasks like filling out forms so time-consuming.
There’s an abundance of opportunity in Pattaya, Thailand with so many restaurants bars and properties up for sale or rent. Starting up your own company can give you the chance to chance to live, work and play in Pattaya.
We have listed some information on the requirements for opening a new business below, please feel free to contact our business start-up team with any questions you may have.
Accounting, Auditing and Book Keeping
J & E Concierge’s Accounting team, can take care of your bookkeeping and accounts, help you with licences, profit and loss calculations and help you with any legal requirements and insurances. We can sort out rental contracts on properties or land and help you out with buying a property to conduct your business in.
J & E can provide everything you need to run a successful business in Thailand and keep it going, leaving you time to think about the day to day running of your business and concentrate on making money.
Thailand has labor regulations which you have to comply to as an employer, don’t get caught out! If you’re going to employ people in your business you need to be registered with the Ministry of Labour, J & E can help with this and advise you how much Thai staff you require as opposed to foreign workers and we can also arrange work permits for you and your staff.
The team at J & E Concierge Business services can take all of the requirements for you giving you peace of mind that everything is done, registered and legal, leaving you with the time to concentrate on growing your new venture.
J & E can help you choose which type of company start up is right for your business in Pattaya, whether it be as a Sole Trader, Partnership, Limited company or Public company or a Joint Venture.
Foreign National regulations
Foreign citizens do not have restrictions on starting certain activities in Thailand. However, they cannot handle the following activities:
1.Television, radio, or newspapers
2.Cultivation of rice, agricultural, or orchard farming
6.Extraction of Thai medicinal plants
7.Commercialization and sale of antiques
8.Manufacture or casting of Buddha images and apple bowls
9.Sale of real estate