If you are planning to set up a legal entity in Korea, the BCCK provides a transparent and inexpensive way to streamline the setup process. The BCCK team has years of experience in helping foreign companies setup a local entity in Korea, and can provide, guide and advise concerning the type of office space required, local recruitment, and tax questions concerning the hiring of new employees.
The BCCK first holds a ‘kick-off call’ with your company to understand the specific requirements for your company’s new physical presence in Korea, including office space, the recruitment of local employees, and any other requirements. This call is a crucial step to ensure that the BCCK team has the information it needs to create an effective project plan.
FORMULATE & EXECUTE
The BCCK then creates a project plan for the legal entity setup process that provides an easy-to-follow, transparent roadmap for the initiative. The team reaches out to trusted partners in the legal, recruitment, and office space sectors to receive their proposals, reviews these proposals, and begins the execution of setting up the legal entity. Setting up a legal entity in Korea can take as little as three months.
GUIDE & ADVISE
Throughout the project period, the BCCK team provides insightful guidance and advice to ensure that your company avoids the pitfalls that plague many companies trying to establish a presence in Korea. The team works with partners with a track record of success in helping foreign companies setup local entities in Korea, and ensures that there is a free flow of communication between all players involved in the initiative.
“We made excellent progress with the BCCK to set up our Korean subsidiary company securely and in record time. This would not have been possible without the efforts of their team on the ground. Their preparation and professionalism was reflected in all aspects of the process.”
– Sarah Goodhew, Director, Sales and Business Operations, NextGen Technology