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Old 09.03.2011, 15:12
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To start Trading business - prerequisite

Hello there,

I am planning to start trading business. However it is not in a very large scale.
For this I no need any office space, employee etc. The transaction is receiving the material thru’ Post and hand over to customer. The money transaction will be directly to the source country either via me or direct transfer to source country.

To establish such a business set-up, I wanted to know things to do, like to where to register, initial formalities, any cost information etc.

Please advice.

Thanks.
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Old 09.03.2011, 16:07
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Hello there,

I am planning to start trading business. However it is not in a very large scale.
For this I no need any office space, employee etc. The transaction is receiving the material thru’ Post and hand over to customer. The money transaction will be directly to the source country either via me or direct transfer to source country.

To establish such a business set-up, I wanted to know things to do, like to where to register, initial formalities, any cost information etc.

Please advice.

Thanks.
Without being misunderstood, I suggest you spend a little time learning English grammar. Ėts not to make a clever post, its just that if you make any transactions in English and you misunderstand or you are misunderstood, it will cost you money. Secondly, I would take a crash course in Swiss customs procedures because you need to understand your liabilities importing through supplier declared values, which could lead to a fiscal and/or other audit. Otherwise, in Geneva we have an organistaion called Fondatec of which I am sure there is an equivalent in other cities, who are there to help you with business plans, financing etc etc. Hope it works and I hope its legitimate!

Last edited by grumpygit; 09.03.2011 at 16:08. Reason: I was trained by Grytchie!
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