Submitting annual report is mandatory for all the companies registered in Estonia, Sweden, Finland, United Kingdom, Latvia and Lithuania. This applies even if the company didn’t have any activities during the financial year. Therefore we have prepared a little overview about the deadlines and prices of annual reports in countries where we operate in. Annual report deadline and…
Holidays are coming and therefore we want to let you know that there are some changes in our offices opening hours during Christmas and New Year. Estonian office: Closed on 24.12, 25.12, 26.12 and 01.01.2019. Opened 9.00-13.00 on 31.12. Working regularly (9.00-17.00) on 27.12, 28.12 and from 02.01.2019. Finnish office: Closed on 24.12,…
This blog post was updated on 29 July 2020. Virtual Office services have been popular among foreign entrepreneurs for years. It is required to have a local legal address for your business and using virtual office services gives you access to one as well as other perks. In many cases, it might also be reasonable…
When establishing a new enterprise in Sweden, it is possible to choose between several options. In this article we are covering the most common ways of entering to Swedish market.
The summer months are known as the “low season” in many industries. It is a perfect moment to take some time off, but also to get ready for the next high season.
If you have been thinking about expanding your business to Sweden, then now it’s time to make it true. For the entrepreneurs to have a chance to concentrate on their core activities instead of spending time to figure out which registrations they need, or where and how to obtain them, we have put together a special starting package for new entrepreneurs.
Today we will take a look at the Painters’ Trade Union (Målareförbund).
In this blog post, we examine membership in the electricians’ trade union (Svenska Elektrikerförbundet: SEF).
In this blog post we consider the questions related to membership in the Swedish Building Workers’ Union (Byggnads).
As of 1 July 2016, everyone on a construction site must carry an ID06 card and their arrival and departure must be registered by the corresponding card reader.