Doing Business in the UK
Trading into the UK from overseas vs. registering a branch
International businesses looking to establish themselves in the UK have two choices: to continue to trade from afar or to set up a formal business address on UK soil. Sometimes, depending on your overall business plan, you may be legally required to register a taxable presence in the UK, either in the form of a branch or subsidiary, and Goodwille is here to help.
Moving your business to the UK
If you’re unsure as to whether you need to formally register as a company in the UK or remain as you are, Goodwille can help point you in the right direction. From recruiting UK-based staff to liaising with Companies House, our detailed guide will talk you through all the ins and outs of doing business in the UK.
Read on for answers to the following questions:
- How do you register your business in the UK?
- What are the registration characteristics for a UK business?
- What are the benefits of registering in the UK?