Discover everything about the Italian company registration number
What is the company registration number?
To register a company and carry out an economic activity in Italy you need to submit an application to the Italian Business Register which is part of the Chamber of Commerce (Camera di Commercio) found in each province. This is required by law, with very few exceptions. So obtaining the Italian company registration number is one of the first steps when starting a company.
Hiring employees in Italy: tips and suggestion for companies
When you are looking to hire employees for your company there are different regulations regarding the decision to hire a citizen of the European Union or one outside of the EU. Likewise, each kind of employee may be subject to different rules. Employment laws and legal provisions within both Italy and the EU are highly developed and strictly governed, especially regarding foreign workers.
All the differences between S.P.A. and S.R.L. in Italy: which one to choose?
What is an S.p.A.? An S.R.L.?
The Limited Liability Company (società a responsabilità limitata or S.R.L) and the Joint-Stock Company (società per azioni or S.p.A.) are the two most common types of companies in Italy with a limited liability.
Virtual offices in Italy: how do they work?
The idea of virtual office services started in the 1960s. They began as serviced offices and have since evolved alongside technology, now including a wide variety of personnel, physical space, digital storage and communication services such as call answering.
How to start a small business in Italy in 2020: our guide
Italy’s famous for many brands, across a wide range of industries, and, in recent years, foreign investors are increasingly getting in on the action.
It’s no secret that the process is lengthy and incorporates a lot of red tape but, due to recent government provisions and incentives, starting a business in the country is becoming increasingly attractive.
Buying a shelf company in Italy: the ultimate Guide
Looking to start a company in Italy? Good going! Italy has been opening its doors to foreign investment, and a testament to this is how government provisions in recent years work in favor of foreign investors. But be warned: bureaucratic procedures are not your friend, and they’ll be your first big hurdle in getting your business off the ground.
One of the downsides of opening a brand-new company will be the effort and time that you have to be ready to invest.
After moving back to Italy from the United States in 2013, I realized how much an accounting and tax firm was needed to help expats living in Italy to comply with the local tax regulations.