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Helping You Build & Setup Your Singapore Company

Singapore enjoys a number of advantages for companies carrying on trading operations. Singapore has a very friendly tax regime, very few restrictions on setting up a company and is a natural entry basis for anyone who wishes to trade with other ASEAN countries and China.

Entrepreneurs looking for a business-friendly environment that will give their next venture the best chance of success will be well served by Singapore. The national government is always investigating ways it can make the country more friendly and accessible to business-owners, ensuring that entrepreneurs have much to look forward to through the next few years.

The right location for your next enterprise

Singapore has an excellent banking, legal and regulatory infrastructure as well as a highly educated and skilled workforce that speaks excellent English as well as multiple Asian languages. Singapore’s system of taxation is territorial and remittance-based so that business income is generally not subject to Singapore Income Tax (SIT) if it is not derived in or remitted to Singapore. Singapore therefore offers a very efficient platform for companies with global activities.

Rated as the best place in the world to do business by the World Bank, Singapore offers entrepreneurs a number of structural advantages over other companies including one of the world’s easiest and simplest incorporation frameworks, efficient and swift enforcement of contracts and a transparent and stable business-focused government. The political and economic climate in Singapore is one that promotes the growth and expansion of businesses, allowing you the best chance possible to realise your vision.

Developed by professionals, for professionals

Gateway2Singapore offers entrepreneurs and business-owners a detailed, professionally-written guide to navigating your path to regulatory compliance and success in Singapore. We understand that for many foreign business-owners, there can be a lack of knowledge about how to go about giving your business the best chance of success in its earliest days. Our guide has been prepared by industry professionals with a deep understanding of Singapore’s tax system, incorporation framework and corporate regulatory system, ensuring that you always have access to accurate, up-to-date information.

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