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.