Doing Business in the Philippines
Companies starting or doing business in the Philippines need to perform a number of key steps to setup a company in the Philippines and start their business. Whether you are putting up a BPO such as a call center or web development outsourcing company, below are tasks you would need to accomplish to get your new company up and running as quickly and efficiently as possible.
You first need to determine which type of business vehicle you should register with the Philippines SEC and other government agencies, whether it be a branch office, representative office or domestic corporation (subsidiary). Certain outsourcing companies can be fully foreign owned if a certain amount of capital is paid up or a certain percentage of their business if export (service or sales). Certain foreign, pioneering and outsourcing companies may avail of certain tax incentives and registration with PEZA or BOI when doing business in the Philippines.
Start-up Consulting Services
Business Registration – Identify the appropriate business vehicle to register your company the Philippines with only $125 of paid up capital
Tax Incentives – Determine whether your company can avail of tax incentives with BOI or PEZA
HR Recruitment – Source, interview and recruit experienced managers, call center agents, developers and designers
Employment Contracts & Employee Manuals – Draft employee manuals and contracts that are compliant with the Labor Code of the Philippines
Working Visas and Permits – Process all documents with Department of Labor (DOLE) and Bureau of Immigration for foreign employees
Accounting & Payroll – Perform general accounting and payroll as well as remittance to government agencies
Business Registration in the Philippines