30th May 2019
An MGI Europe member since 1981, Verstegen auditors and consultants has recently updated its Guide to Doing Business in the Netherlands, to support members and clients through the investment environment in the Netherlands.
The 40-page guide offers extensive practical information about how to set up a business in the Netherlands, including how to adopt the ideal legal form, the subsidy schemes, the tax system, labour laws and much more.
The Netherlands enjoys one of Europe's most favourable business climates, making it a particularly attractive option for entrepreneurs and investors alike. Doing Business in the Netherlands is a practical guide to help businesses deal effectively and efficiently with the most important issues that might present themselves upon arrival in the Netherlands.
The team behind the guide
Verstegen’s Sjoerd Kuiper is part of the team behind the guide and is a very active member both in the European region and internationally. Serving a wide range of clients in the Netherlands in the SME sector, the public sector, and the non-profit sector, Sjoerd Kuiper and the Verstegen team provide support with everything from financial accounts to audits, tax advice, HR services, and corporate finance.
The detailed manual has been developed as a first-step for firms seeking to establish new opportunities in the Netherlands. Verstegen does, however, still recommend that new businesses speak to a specialist for the most relevant advice for their own individual situations.
Verstegen auditors and consultants is based in Dordrecht, Netherlands. For more information visit their MGI Worldwide member profile page or their website.
Sjoerd Kuiper can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can access the updated Guide to Doing Business in the Netherlands HERE.
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