The Advantages of Hong Kong Company Registration

The Advantages of Hong Kong Company Registration

Hong Kong company registration is also called Hong Kong corporate formation, Hong Kong company setup, Hong Kong business setupHong Kong company incorporation, etc. With the advantages of the business environment, preferential policies, friendly tax system and peerless transportation, Hong Kong, a metropolis of opportunity, originality and enterprising spirit, has attracted many investors' attention. More and more people established their own companies in Hong Kong to improve the international image and extend their business.

 

I. Minimum Requirements
1 director;
1 shareholder;
1 company secretary. (we will be your company secretary for the 1st year as complimentary services)

II. Documents Required
If you want to have a company registered in Hong Kong, you are simply required to fill out an application form, with copies of the valid passport, and sign the whole set of statutory legal documents personally. Tannet will cater to your registered address and legal secretary if necessary.

III. Processing Steps
1. Fill out an application form;
2. Payment receive;
3. Sign statutory documents personally;
4. Forward the documents to the Hong Kong relevant government departments immediately;
5. Finish within 7-15 working days;
6. Collect the documents at the designated office within three months.

IV. Service 
(1) Hong Kong company incorporation (including government fees, registered address, company secretary, telephone line, fax etc.). The service will start when you fully paid the service fee.
(2) Hong Kong bank account opening
(3) Hong Kong company annual return
(4) Hong Kong company accounting

After company registration, the client will receive one business registration license, one certificate of incorporation, three chops, one copy of share certificate, 9 copies of M & A, one copy of statutory book for director’s record, one official receipt, incorporation form, and one company kit.

 

Contact Tannet

If you have further queries, please contact Tannet

Malaysia hotline:603-21418908;

Hong Kong hotline:852-27837818;

China hotline:86-755- 36990589;

Email: mytannet@gmail.com

TANNET GROUP: http://www.tannet-group.net , http://en.tannet.com.my

Hong Kong Virtual Office Services

Hong Kong Virtual Office Services

Virtual office is basically shared office services, which includes business address, mail and courier services, phone services, fax services, answering services and meeting & conference facilities.

 

Hong Kong Virtual Office Services

A Hong Kong Virtual Office is ideal for:

1. Having a requirement to hold meetings in the city but no requirement for a full time office

2. People who often travel and therefore do not have the need for physical office space

3. Individuals that work from home but require a city identity

4. Those that require an office identity but do not have the budget for a physical office

5. New business start-ups who wish to test a new market and cannot yet justify the cost of setting up a permanent office.

 

Benefit of having a virtual office

1. Prestigious address

For some, having an address that is “recognizable” to clients is a big bonus. This is especially true for consulting companies who work from home. Having a virtual office address can often help credibility. Whether the address is being used for letterhead, receiving mail or package shipment, a recognizable address is helpful.

 

2) Business phone line

Rather than paying a premium for having a new business telephone line, a virtual office allows business to have their business calls answered by a professional or answer them on their own. The other advantage of this type of set-up is that it saves money and it gives the sense of a company being larger.

 

3) Meeting space available

Business owners are often faced with various challenges when meeting with clients. Having a virtual office typically allows business owners to use conference area space for meetings. These benefits mean an added sense of credibility as well as a professional environment for conducting meetings of all sizes.

 

4) Cost savings

Businesses can realize a significant cost savings by having a virtual office. Rather than renting office space full time, many owners can work from home and use a virtual office only as needed. Generally, the fees for virtual offices is significantly less than a traditional office. Additionally, there is no need to buy expensive office furnishings and equipment. Virtual offices provide reception areas, fully furnished meeting rooms and even tele-conferencing ability.

 

Tannet do have over 10 branches in China and have a based in Hong Kong, China. We provide various of business solution services to investor from all over the world. With our strong connection to other professionals bodies such as chartered accountant, auditor, lawyer and surveyors, Tannet offers a complete one-stop service, tailored to suit our client’s requirements, in a most cost-effective manner.

 

Contact Us

If you have further queries, please contact Tannet

24 hours Malaysia hotline:603-21418908;

24 hours Hong Kong hotline:852-27837818;

24 hours China hotline:86-755- 36990589;

Email: mytannet@gmail.com

TANNET GROUP: http://www.tannet-group.net http://en.tannet.com.my 

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Business Proposal Drafting

Business Proposal Drafting

A business plan is an essential road map for business success. This document generally projects 3-5 years ahead and outlines the route a company intends to take to grow revenues in the future. A well-written business plan can mean the difference between success and failure — not only when it comes to securing capital, but also as it relates to actually running your company.

 

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Why to make a business plan

A business plan is a written document that describes your business. It covers objectives, strategies, sales, marketing and financial forecasts. A business plan helps you to clarify your business idea, spot potential problems, set out your goals and measure your progress. You’ll need a business plan if you want to secure investment or a loan from a bank. It also provides a clear picture of your planning to your customers, suppliers and potential employees.

 

What to consider before making a business plan

1. How Long Should Your Plan Be?

2. When Should You Write It?

3. Who Needs A Business Plan?

4. Why Should You Write A Business Plan?

5. Determine Your Goals and Objectives

6. Outline you Financing Needs

7. Plan what you'll do with Your Plan

8. Don’t Forget About Marketing

 

What to avoid in your business plan

Place some reasonable limits on long-term (over one year), future projections. Better to stick with short-term objectives and modify the plan as your business progresses. Too often, long-range planning becomes meaningless because the reality of your business can be different from your initial concept.

 

Avoid optimism. In fact, to offset optimism, be extremely conservative in predicting capital requirements, timelines, sales and profits. Few business plans correctly anticipate how much money and time will be required.

 

Avoid language or explanations that are difficult to understand. Do not ignore spelling out what your strategies will be in the event of business adversities.

 

Don't depend entirely on the uniqueness of your business or even a patented invention. Success comes to those who start businesses with great economics and not necessarily great inventions.

 

Contact us
If you have further queries, please contact Tannet
24 hours Malaysia hotline:603-21418908;
24 hours Hong Kong hotline:852-27837818;
24 hours Hong Kong hotline:86-755- 36990589;
Email: mytannet@gmail.com
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Hong Kong Working Permit Application

Hong Kong Working Permit Application

To establish Hong Kong as an international metropolis, the Hong Kong Government announced various policies and programs to introduce professional talents and workers. However, before you can apply for a Hong Kong work visa, you need to obtain an offer of work from a company in Hong Kong.

 

Hong Kong Work Visa

Hong Kong work Permit application- Criteria

  • Non-local graduates who submit applications within six months after the date of their graduation are classified as “fresh graduates”
  •  Non-local graduates who submit applications beyond six months of the date of their graduation are classified as “returning graduates”
  • Non-local fresh graduates are not required to secure an offer of employment upon applications, provided that normal immigration requirements are met
  • Returning non-local graduates are required to secure an offer of employment upon applications
  • Applicants need to have a graduate degree, unless they have professional certificates in certain industries.
  • The applicant should also relevant experience in the position they are applying for.
  • The salary offered should meet local professional standards. This is depending on your position.
  • The company needs to prove that the position cannot be filled by a local and/or that the applicant has a skill in short supply in the city.
  • The individual will contribute to the local economy.

 

Hong Kong work Permit Application -Limitation of Stay

Successful applicants will normally be permitted to remain in Hong Kong on time limitation on 2-2-3 years pattern; that is to say, applicant can successfully get two years’ visa for the first time and renewed by two years, later three years accordingly. Applicants shall apply for extension of stay to continue to work in Hong Kong within 4 weeks before their visa expires, persons who have legally resided in Hong Kong for 7 years or above may apply for permanent rights of abode.

 

Contact us

If you have further queries, please contact Tannet

24 hours Malaysia hotline:603-21418908;

24 hours Hong Kong hotline:852-27837818;

24 hours Hong Kong hotline:86-755- 36990589;

Email: mytannet@gmail.com

TANNET GROUP : http://www.tannet-group.net, http://en.tannet.com.my

Differences between Notarization of China Notary Public and Hong Kong China-Appointed Attesting Officer.

Differences between Notarization of China Notary Public and Hong Kong China-Appointed Attesting Officer.

In China, notarization means Government Authorized Notary Department prove the truthfulness and legality of particular document appointed to applicant request. Notarization Office is a government department, different from private certificate, documents of the notarization office is an official document recognized by the government. All staff in the notary public is member of government officer, they cannot do notary as a lawyer, and regulations and laws restrict them. Notary public enjoy investigate power, when notary public believe the applicant is not providing enough information or believe the document is fake, they can start investigation and get documents from related department without approved by applicant. The notarization document in China is authorized in “Certificate” method.

 

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In Hong Kong, China-Appointed Attesting Officer (香港律师公证) carries out notarization according to the request of applicants. Officers are requested to prove the notarized documents are true and legal. Officer is appointed by Ministry of Justice P.R.C., and notary documents are on the behalf of their own. They have responsibility to exanimate the truthfulness and legality of the documents provided by the applicant, but can only verity the document by power authorized in Hong Kong Law. So notarization document in Hong Kong is authorized in “Declaration” method. China-Appointed Attesting Officers (“Attesting Officers”) are qualified Hong Kong lawyers who have been appointed by the Ministry of Justice of the People's Republic of China after passing the prescribed qualifying examinations. Their scope of business includes attesting and certifying acts, matters and documents of legal significance occurring in or emanating from Hong Kong and such attested documents are for use in Mainland China. The name lists of all China-Appointed Attesting Officers are available at the Office and Website of the “Association of China-Appointed Attesting Officers”.

 

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If you have further queries, please contact Tannet

24 hours Malaysia hotline:603-21418908;

24 hours Hong Kong hotline:852-27837818;

24 hours Hong Kong hotline:86-755- 36990589;

Email: mytannet@gmail.com

TANNET GROUP : http://www.tannet-group.net, http://en.tannet.com.my

Hong Kong Notarization Service

Hong Kong Notarization Service

Tannet can provide a range of notarial and documentary services in Hong Kong and China. A notary public can help to have their legal documents notarized and authenticated.

Notary Public

The scopes of service include the following:

  • Certified True Document
  • Witness Signature
  • Consent to Travel
  • Passport Application
  • Permanent Resident Card Application
  • Statutory Declaration for Passport Application
  • Affidavit of Marital Status (Non-spouse)
  • Succession Declaration & Authorization
  • Succession Right Disclaiming Declaration
  • Custodianship Declaration
  • Declaration of Identity
  • Declaration of Birth
  • Power of Attorney
  • Deed of Gift
  • Name Change Application
  • Application for No Criminal Record
  • Marriage Search
  • Legal Opinion on Foreign Divorce
  • Temporary Resident Visa Application
  • Record of Citizenship
  • Search of Citizenship
  • Certified Translation
  • Affidavit of Financial Support / Letter of Invitation for Temporary Resident Visa

 

Besides for notarization services, we do provide for translation service as well.

 

Contact us

If you have further queries, please contact Tannet

24 hours Malaysia hotline:603-21418908;

24 hours Hong Kong hotline:852-27837818;

24 hours Hong Kong hotline:86-755- 36990589;

Email: mytannet@gmail.com

TANNET GROUP : http://www.tannet-group.net, http://en.tannet.com.my