S T A R T U P C A
Business actions normally take place on behalf of a company, rather than an individual.
They largely follow or come along with company incorporation.
Regardless of whether you are a resident or nonresident, as a business owner and manager, you need to perform many business actions.
You, in particular, need to:
1. Register business name;
2. Finance your business;
3. Own a share of your enterprise;
4. Limit your liability for business activity;
5. Establish and protect your brand;
6. Test unicorn startup business ideas;
7. Find business partners;
8. Pitch commercial offers;
9. Negotiate deals;
10. Make contracts;
11. Sell your products or services;
12. Get payments;
13. Protect your business assets;
14. Find investors;
15. Get loans; and
16. Prove a Reputable Jurisdiction status.
Now, can you see the role of your company in this big picture?
All those actions necessitate a company registration,
even if it’s a small business.
This way, you can greatly benefit from incorporation of company.