Since Brexit is getting realer and realer, many companies are looking for a way to avoid the negative consequences it has for their business(es). They are looking for options to set up their business in another country in Europe, for example Germany, France or Spain. But to set up a Dutch business (in the Netherlands) would be the smartest thing to do. Intercompany Solutions can tell you everything about this subject. This company is based in the Netherlands and focusses on foreigners who are willing to set up a Dutch business. They offer a wide range of services that can make it easier for you to do so, and have a website full of information and tips about setting up a business in the Netherlands. You should first of all know that the economy in the Netherlands is pretty stable when you compare it to other countries in Europe. Even though we’ve also felt the consequences of the recession, we’re still doing pretty well financially and the situation isn’t as bad as in other EU countries. To set up a Dutch business is therefor a smart idea when comparing it to setting up a business in another European country, and especially to keeping your business in the UK. After Brexit the future of the British economy will be unsure, since trading will become more difficult between the UK and European countries. Moving your business to the Netherlands is a great way to avoid Brexit drawbacks, because your (European) customers will be more likely to keep working with your products/services.
How to set up a Dutch business
If you’re sure this is the right way to go for you and you want to set up a Dutch business, the first thing you should do is visit the website of Intercompany Solutions and read all of their articles about the subject. They are professionals when it comes to setting up businesses, especially when you’re foreign, and offer a wide range of free information on their website. For example, you can find blogposts about the following subjects:
- How the Netherlands can aid UK start-ups and investors
- How to avoid Brexit drawbacks by moving your business to Holland
- How does the Dutch tax system work?
- How to open a Liaison Office in the Netherlands
- Good examples of Dutch business operations
All of these blogposts are written by professionals that are working on the field, and will give you a wide range of information if you’re looking to set up a Dutch business.
Five reasons to start a business in Holland
One of the must-reads on the website of Intercompany Solutions is the article about why you should set up a Dutch business. One of the most important reasons is that almost everyone in Holland speaks English, so you won’t experience any type of language barrier. All drafting agreements are therefor also legal in English, and you don’t even need to adapt your manuals and product packaging for the Dutch market. There are many other reasons why you should set up a Dutch business, you’ll find all of them on the website of Intercompany Solutions. Go read them all and then decide wether it’s a good way to avoid the Brexit consequences for your business.