Registering a company in China can be quite a complicated business
Why let someone else take charge of the process when you can take control of it yourself
Whether it is a Representative Office (RO), a Wholly Foreign Owned Enterprise (WFOE), local company or Joint Venture (JV), we can help set it up for you. Each one is different, with different time lines, capital requirements, residential requirements…and the list goes on. Whichever one you choose, the most important thing of all to remember is that you need to do it properly the first time. Going back to the Chinese government again and again can result in lost time and money.
Establishing your corporate entity and obtaining the right visas is like constructing the right foundations for your house. The consequences of not doing it properly can be dire.
There are so many steps involved in setting up a corporate entity in China, it is difficult to know where to start first. That’s why we use a set of Standard Operating Procedures (SOP’s) to ensure no step is overlooked and each one is done in a timely fashion. These SOP’s are constantly updated as part of our commitment to continuous improvement and total quality.