Time: Sunday May 25, Noon to 4PMenspyre5
Where: Enspyre office
12F., No.181, Fuxing N. Rd., Taipei
5 minute walk from Nanking East Road MRT stop
Rate: 200 TWD
Some refreshments and snacks will be provided.
Have you considered starting your own business but is not really sure what should be the first step?
Not sure if Taiwan is an entrepreneur-friendly environment?
Want to know the key points for a Taiwan start-up?
Want to meet others in the same situation?
Then this event is for you.
Starting a company is never easy and doing it in a foreign country is even harder. Taiwan has many advantages over alternatives like Thailand, China or Hong Kong. For example, unlikely many other countries, in Taiwan a foreigner can own 100% of a company. Taiwan also has proper rule of law and most entrepreneurs do not run into people asking for bribes or hand-outs.
Based on 13 years as an entrepreneur in Taiwan, Swedish national Elias Ek will share his experiences and his knowledge regarding rules, laws and culture around starting a company in Taiwan.
– Picking a business entity and registering in Taiwan
– Work permit and ARC issues for entrepreneurs
– Hiring, managing and paying employees
– Employee insurance issues
– Money, banking and invoices
– Introduction to Taiwan taxes
– Financing your business in Taiwan
– Offices, business centers or co-workspaces
– Trademarks and Patents
– Government support
Please register at our FB page, so we have some idea of numbers, thank you!
Elias Ek is a serial entrepreneur and the co-founder and president of Enspyre, a leading provider of B2B telemarketing services in Taiwan, winner of the 2012 CCIFT SME Innovation & Entrepreneurship Award, and the author of the book How to Start a Business in Taiwan (http://www.startabusinessintaiwan.tw).
Elias came to Taiwan in 2000, “with a dog and a suitcase.” In 2012, Enspyre celebrated its 10-year anniversary, and has grown to become Taiwan’s leading B2B telemarketing company.