Startup Registration

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A startup is a recently settled business, normally small which is started by single or group of people. What separates it from other new organizations is that a startup offers another item or service that isn’t being given somewhere else similarly. The motives are innovation development.
The Government of India introduced the Startup India scheme in 2016. The primary motive of this scheme is to promote the growth of start-ups in India. Under this scheme government has taken several vital steps for building a robust startup ecosystem and making India a country of job creators instead of job seekers. Department for Industrial Policy and Promotion (DPIIT) manages the programs under Startup India Scheme. The startup India registration process has broadened the scope of development by creating job opportunities in the Indian economy.
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We provide a wide range of value-added services to startups for their new ventures and for existing clients. The first step of entrepreneurship is to set-up an entity to house your business. Taking this first step is the most difficult one in the start-up journey. Our team of experts help you in every step of setting-up your full start-up ecosystem.
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We aim to protect and maximize client wealth with smart tailored solutions and we are experts in providing financial investment advice.


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Frequently asked questions.

A startup is a company that's in the initial stages of business. Until the business gets off the ground, a startup is often financed by its founders and may attempt to attract outside investment. The many funding sources for startups include family and friends, venture capitalists, crowdfunding and loans.
The most preferred business structures for a startup are Private Limited companies and LLPs. A Private Limited company is legally recognized and generally favoured by investors. However, it has stricter compliance and may have a higher cost of incorporation.
Is it mandatory to register a company before starting a business in India? The answer is no! Registering a company is not the only way to start a business in India. The simplest way to start your own business is to acquire any tax license, like service tax registration.
Eligibility Criteria for Startup Recognition: The Startup should be incorporated as a private limited company or registered as a partnership firm or a limited liability partnership. Turnover should be less than INR 100 Crores in any of the previous financial years.