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1. It takes one day each to incorporate a company, make a company seal, and register sign up for Work Injury Compensation Insurance. That's three days in all.
2. If you need any permission from the government, then the process can take up to 14 days. You can apply for permission and go about property hunting in the time it takes for the permissions to come through.
3. If you have chosen a property by then, then it would have taken you 17 days so far. If your property hunt and rental formalities are not yet complete, you will need more time. Remember that leasing an office takes time and if you rent a general office, then you will have to lease it for a minimum of 2 years. So, consider hiring a serviced office in Singapore in case you plan to be in the country for less than two years or don't want to risk getting into long-term commitments. The whole office-leasing and registration formalities could stretch up to 1 month.
4. Once the registration is over, and the office is in place, it's time to start the fit-out work. Alongside, stationery has to be printed, and the government has to be notified of the business address and other developments. You must register with the provident fund authorities. All these processes take time, and the total set-up time, including completion of financial formalities, can well stretch up to 2 months.
17/05/2017 6:44 pm
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