The first stage of starting your business in Thailand is registering it with with the local government authorities. This process consists of a few steps, starting with selecting your business name and structure. We can seamlessly help you select a business structure that best supports your business objectives and activities (it is an important step as the structure you choose influences the license and permit requirements as well as your tax and auditing responsibilities). We will then prepare the necessary documentation and submit it to the Department of Business Development. Should you require an office space solution, we offer both virtual and physical space that meets all the requirements set upon businesses with foreign employees or directors. Once registered, your new business will be then required to register for taxes with the Revenue Department and based on the specifics of your business and employee structure, you might be required to register for VAT as well. Furthermore, if you plan to employ foreigners or have foreign directors, those will need to obtain business visas and work permits to be able to work legally.