Start a Consulting Business in Belgium
Start a Consulting Business in BelgiumUpdated on Thursday 07th May 2020
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Consulting companies in Belgium can provide services to a wide range of clients, from local to international ones. The country’s position in Europe is favorable for establishing a company that provides solutions for Belgian companies and for companies located in one or more of the neighboring countries.
Investors who want to start a consulting business in Belgium can do so by observing the local rules and regulations for company incorporation and licensing. One of our lawyers in Belgium can help answer your questions according to the chosen type of consultancy business.
Consultancy businesses in Belgium
Consultants in Belgium can operate in a very large number of business fields and the consulting sector is one of the most diverse in the professional services industry.
Common types of consultants in Belgium include:
- management consultants;
- financial and/or tax consultants;
- IT consultants;
- human resources consultants;
- public relations consultants;
- legal consultants;
- IT consultants and social media consultants;
- strategy consultants and marketing consultants.
Foreign entrepreneurs who specialize in one of this business fields can open a company in Belgium and provide their expertise and professional services to corporate or individual clients.
Some professions are regulated in Belgium and consultants will need to have certain qualifications and fulfill a number of conditions before they can provide their services in the country.
Setting up a consulting business in Belgium is an easy process and can be accomplished with the help of one of our lawyers in Belgium if investors cannot be present in the country during the entire company formation procedure.
Conditions for opening a company in Belgium
Consultants in Belgium can open their business in the form or a private limited liability company or a sole trader. Foreign investors have the same rights local entrepreneurs, however, certain visa conditions apply for non-EU/EEA/Swiss nationals.
Our attorneys in Belgium provide legal services in all of the major Belgian cities and you can reach out to our team, depending on the region where you set-up the business. Contact our law firm in Belgium for more information about our services.