You only get one chance to make first impression right
Servcorp provides a one-stop shop solution with tailored service packages for businesses looking to establish within Hong Kong.
To start doing business in Hong Kong, a company must first be incorporated with HKSAR (The Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region). The basic requirements for incorporating a business are:
An approved business name
A company business address
A minimum of one director who must be over 18 years old
The Company Secretary should be a HK resident
AServcorp Address Packageallows you to position your business with a quality image when you incorporate with one of our five 5-star CBD addresses in Hong Kong, including mail and courier management.
The Servcorp Address Package
Because your location matters
Businesses like to know where their suppliers are based. Don't risk your first impression with a PO box or a home address. Our Address Package allows you to grow your business with:
A prestigious address for your business cards and company correspondence
Mail and courier management services to ensure you can receive your mail, no matter where you are
Worldwide complimentary access to any executive coworking lounge for up to 1 hour per day
Secure high speed Wi-Fi in coworking lounge and private offices
Including the standard Servcorp 5-star benefits:
Membership flexibility with easy month-by-month contracts
No security deposit when paying with a credit card
Access to a personal assistant for regular or last-minute tasks
A company is a business entity registered under the Companies Act, Chapter 50. It has a legal personality i.e. it has rights to own properties, has perpetual succession and can sue or be sued in its own name. It usually has the words 'Pte Ltd' or 'Ltd' as part of its name.
A Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) is a vehicle for doing business in Singapore. An LLP gives owners the flexibility of operating as a partnership while having a separate legal identity like a private limited company.
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