For most people being forced to clean up their desks, pack their belongings and say goodbye to the company to which they devoted so much energy, passion and time isn’t easy. The frustration, anger and disappointment remain for a long time. But, instead of staying immerged in despair, more and more people who have currently been made redundant are turning all these negative feelings into something positive and rewarding – they are starting their own businesses and making money for themselves!

How can I do it too?

Starting your own company should be an easy and straightforward process, when done with a specialist in this area. There are many firms offering online company registrations quickly and cheaply. But the price you pay usually reflects the level of service or support you can expect from them, which is often minimal or non-existing.

Do some research and find a company who will not only check if the name you have chosen for your organisation can be registered, but who will also advise you on the type of company which is the most suitable for your needs and future plans, prepare the memorandum, articles of association, statutory registers and other documents required by Companies House in a professional and timely way, and who will guide you through the whole registration process providing legal and business recommendations should you need them. As a budding entrepreneur you will feel more confident knowing there is an experienced team of professionals assisting you at all times.

What do I need to start a company?

A private company limited by shares, the most commonly used type of business organisation, requires you to choose directors and other shareholders and decide on the amount of share capital. However, you will also need the following to start operating your business:

  • corporate bank account
  • registered office address
  • business cards, letterheads and other stationery
  • email address and website (this requirement is becoming more and more relevant)
  • business policies, like health & safety, data security policy, and other depending on the nature of your business
  • a qualified company secretary, if you value your time and don’t want to waste it preparing and submitting to Companies House required legal documents and annual returns. Outsourcing this function to a professional organisation might be one of your best cost-and-time-effective decisions.

It is also recommended that you insure your business and obtain relevant software licences for your business operations.

Why London Registrars?

The answer is simple – we are one of the best specialists in helping individuals start their own business and then expand it. We provide legal and business support to a wide variety of small and large organisations in many industry sectors and offer everything a company might need at the beginning of its operations and in the future. Our services are often provided on a bespoke basis.

The solution

To enable new entrepreneurs start running their business and expending customer database quickly, London Registrars have prepared great value package meeting all needs of new organisations.

The package includes:

  • formation of a private limited company
  • legal support during the registration process
  • registered office address in central London
  • first directors meeting
  • company compliance service.

London Registrars will be happy to assist you in developing your business by providing a wide range of various services including business policies, trade mark registration, Data Protection Act registration, bookkeeping and accountancy and many other services.

For more information on our business services please contact us.

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