Switzerland holds a number of ties to countries in the European Union, but it is not a member of the EU itself. Foreign investors and entrepreneurs who wish to invest in Switzerland must follow Swiss business regulations, one of which requires a resident permit before investments can be made. We have lawyers in Switzerland who are able to assist with the details of investing in the country.
A number of different company types can be incorporated in Switzerland, although there is the option for investors to become a sole trader if they wish to conduct business on their own and to provide tourism services.
If you are interested in investing in Swiss travel and tourism
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