How to use third parties when starting a business

Understand the benefits and costs of using a third party

How to use third parties when starting a business

1 Overview

The challenge

Most of the cost of starting a business comes from the fees of third-party professionals such as lawyers and notaries. The requirement to use notaries and lawyers varies from country to country, region to region. Many governments have moved the process online to try and cut costs to start-ups. This guide shows the many options available to you, wherever you are starting your business.

Your aim

Knowing which countries and regions require notaries is a good way to keep costs down while still remaining compliant.

Third party costs, and benefits

Notaries and lawyers are the third parties most businesses use when setting up. They help smooth out what can be complex procedures, and ensure companies remain compliant. They can, however, be costly depending on where your business is located.