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Be Your Own Business
Kick-off your own business by choosing the most sought after start up business model. Consult our domain experts for sound advice.
A large number of individuals plan to set up their own business to make something big in life. For many of them, it is just like bring together a group of people and start the operations. In actual, it is not so as there are various aspects the need to considered and various formalities that need to be met before giving a formal structure to any business. In today’s times of digital evolution, things have got tremendously easy and understandable not only for experts but laymen too.
The term “Startup” in the business community refers to a new business venture. It could be a private limited company, partnership, LLP or any other business structure. At Trademark Bazaar, we understand the value of a “Startup” business in the eyes of its promoter and provide thorough consultation in regard to their business plan. Irrespective of the initial capital, number of partners, location, size, and other elements, our professionals provide result-oriented business consultation services to entrepreneurs looking to achieve big in the corporate arena.
The three popular “Startup” business models could be:
ONE PERSON COMPANY
PRIVATE LIMITED COMPANY
LIMITED LIABILITY PARTNERSHIP
Note:- Your registered office need not be a commercial space; it can be your residence, too.
What is Digital Signature Certificate and why is it required for Company Incorporation?
Digital Signature Certificate (DSC) refers to the digital signature of an individual and it is basically needed for filling the e-forms of company incorporation electronically to Ministry of Corporate Affairs.
Who can become the Director of a Company?
To be a director of a company, the person must be over 18 years of age, and they must provide their consent.It is necessary for him to have an Indian citizenship only. He may carry the citizenship of any other country too.
What is DIN (Director Identification Number) and why it is required?
This Unique Number is primary meant to assist in the allotment to an Individual and remains valid for whole life of the individual. The individual should be the director of any company.
How can we select the name of company under registration?
Primarily, it is required to get a unique name as prefix. The promoters need to furnish name of the proposed company along with the detailed description of the name chosen. Secondly the name needs to contain a word associated with company’s business activity. Eventually before picking Names, it is advised to verify the name on Google, MCA Portal, MCA Guidelines and Trade Mark site the availability of Name.
What is memorandum of association & article of association?
MOA & AOA of the company is meant to list all the rules and regulations and the process flow of company. It also describes all necessary details related to the company's objects, capital, individuality, objectives and working pattern. After the name of the company is chosen, the Memorandum of Association and Articles of Association of the company is needed to be conscripted, the last page of the MOA and AOA is called subscriber sheet and needs to be filled in by the promoters on their own by giving their personal information and shareholding ratio.
What could be the responsibilities of a Director?
The director of the company has been assigned with the responsibility of managing the company in the best possible manner. The accountability of a director counts on thetype of directorship he possesses in the company. For example, an executive director or a managing director has more responsibility than a non-executive director who might grip the directorship much like an expert or consultant. A director is also accountable for any misconduct or fraud or if found guilty of default.
Is it possible for a company to own a property on its name?
Yes, a Private Limited Company can have a property on its own name. However, none of the company’s owners and members can have insurable interest in the property owned by the company.