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7 December 2016 - Diana Bluhm

Bremeninvest guidelines for foreign nationals setting up businesses in Bremen

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Language barriers, unfamiliar legal and fiscal systems, qualifications that need to be recognised. There are many additional hurdles that entrepreneurs have to overcome when setting up a new branch or a new company in a different country. Bremeninvest is committed to offering you advice and support from the outset. One designated representative will be at your side throughout the process.

This is how Bremeninvest can help you set up your international business in Bremen

The following infographic shows the areas in which we can provide step-by-step support. You will find our contact details and further information on our relocation service below the chart and on our Bremeninvest overview page.

Bremeninvest guidelines for foreign nationals setting up businesses in Bremen

Bremeninvest team for international relocations

The team at Bremeninvest advises companies from all over the world on relocating to Bremen. It provides assistance with all matters related to the setting up of subsidiaries, branches or new enterprises. Bremeninvest also promotes Bremen as an investment location through its dedicated offices in China, Turkey and the USA and facilitates collaborations with local companies.

If you are based outside Germany and are looking to relocate your company to Bremen or establish operations in the city, please contact Andreas Gerber, tel: +49 (0)421 960 0123, andreas.gerber@wfb-bremen.de.

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