Creating a branch office
Thinking about a branch office in the Czech Republic? In our articles you’ll learn everything you need to know to make your business expansion easy.
Doing business through a branch plant (formerly an organizational unit) is one of the forms of business of foreign persons in the Czech Republic without the need to establish a new company. The establishment of a branch plant, its administration and dissolution is administratively less demanding than the establishment, administration and dissolution…Whole article
As a foreign entity, you can enter the Czech market in several ways. In this article, we will focus on the two most common. We will talk about what advantages the formation of a branch office offers and when it is worth incorporating a new limited liability company. Foreign companies, which intend to do business in the Czech Republic or which are…Whole article
The term registered branch was introduced by the Business Corporations Act. This designation is used for a branch of a foreign company that is domiciled in a state other than the one in which the company operates. Previously, the term organizational unit was used for this type of branch, but since 2014, when the Business Corporations Act and the New…Whole article
Doing business through a registered branch formerly an organizational unit according to the Commercial Code) is one of the ways in which foreign entities can do business in the Czech Republic without having to incorporate a new company. The establishment of a registered branch, its management, and dissolution are less administratively demanding than the…Whole article