Have you always wanted to start your own business in Turkey, but don't know where to start? Lexsu Consultancy helps you jet set up a company in Turkey. We provide legal advice that your company needs and guide you through the whole process.
We are happy to support you in the activities below.
Lexsu Consultancy is experienced in setting up new companies in Turkey. There is a lot involved in setting up a company in Turkey and there are several things to consider. You can read more about this in the publication "Entering the Turkish market: starting a business".
There is a lot involved in starting a business in Turkey. We help you so that everything goes smoothly. Through our years of experience, we know all the local rules and which procedures apply.
Lexsu Consultancy helps with the placement of foreign staff. When placing foreign personnel we also arrange the work and residence permits. Turkish labor laws must be complied with. Because we have experience in these matters, we know exactly which working conditions, contracts and social securities apply.
Due diligence means due diligence. It is an important process that is carried out before decisions are made regarding matters such as an acquisition. Due diligence involves researching the state of affairs of a company. This way you will know what the opportunities and risks are of a company.
Lexsu Consultancy helps you with bookkeeping and bookkeeping control. This gives you a good insight into the financial status of the investment.
Between Europe and Turkey you pay no import duties for most products because of the customs union. However, you are obliged to provide proof to customs. We help and advise you in this regard.
Lexsu Consultancy helps you obtain the necessary certificates, permits and licenses. Such as applying for a work permit up to an ATR certificate.
We advise and guide you in which subsidies and legal incentives you can apply for your company.
Lexsu Consultancy helps you with legal advice and the organization of meetings. So you know where you stand with shareholders and the Board of Directors.
This ensures that you get more insight. We help and advise you with reporting. We can represent shareholders and or Board at meetings in making legally valid decisions.
A debt collection procedure in Turkey consists of two phases. The extrajudicial phase and the judicial phase. We carry out these procedures for you.
If you have any questions or would like more information about setting up a company in Turkey or doing business with a Turkish business partner. Then please contact us using the form.
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