Register Your Business
Turn your idea into reality. Register and start doing your business.
Private Limited Company
registration is one of the most common forms of “legal structure” for any organization in India. It is somewhere between a partnership firm and a widely owned public company. Startups and developing organizations tend to adopt a “limited liability company” structure. This is because it can be easily financed through debt financing and also limits investor debt.
One Person Company (OPC)
One Person Company is owned by a single shareholder who is entitled to pocket all of its earnings and profits. The shareholder liability is limited to the unpaid amount of shares enrolled in the OPC that makes OPC superior to other single-owner businesses. So if you are the sole owner of a business and do not want to share your ownership with another entity, OPC is definitely your best bet!
Limited Liability Partnership (LLP)
LLP is a hybrid corporate entity that allows members to enjoy the benefits of corporate and partnership. It offers the benefits of limited liability, like a company, and the freedom to determine the internal affairs of a company based on mutual agreement, like a partnership. LLPs are mostly suited for professional services such as accounting, law, and consulting.
Public Limited Company
Public limited companies enjoy all the rights of a corporate entity with limited liabilities and it is an ideal choice for small and medium-scale enterprises who wish to raise equity capital from the general public. It must have a minimum number of seven members whereas there is no limit for the maximum number of members. It has more transparency and easy transferability of shareholding.
Farmer Producer Company
A farmer-producer company is a cluster of farmers that join their hands to improve their income so that they could have a better standard of living. In India, you can set up a Producer Company with just 10 members and 2 institutions. Farmer Producer Company empowers the farmers and helps them achieve their economic scale.
Section 8 Company
Section 8 Companies are a legal designation for “non-profit organizations (NPOs) or non-governmental organizations (NGOs)” which are governed by the provisions of the Companies Act,2013. The ultimate objective of registering Section 8 Company is to incentivize non-profit goals such as trade, arts, commerce, education, charity, environment protection, sports research, social welfare, etc.
A Nidhi company refers to a type of entity in the non-banking finance sector, recognized under Section 406 of the Companies Act, 2013. Their primary business is borrowing as well as lending funds between their members. They are also regarded as Benefit funds, permanent funds, Mutual benefits, and Mutual Benefit Funds companies.
Partnership is defined as association of two or more persons who have come together for Business purposes and agreed to share profit (loss) arising out of the said Business, carried on by all or any of the Partners.The partners of the firms may Register Partnership Firm considering the benefits of Registration.
Sole Proprietorship Registration
A Sole Proprietorship is a kind of business structure where one person is responsible for handling the entire business affair. It doesn’t allow outsiders to intervene in the business proceeding or any other aspects unless the owner wishes them to do so. Unlike other companies, it adheres to minimal compliances that make the business journey more seamless.
A company looking for expansion across other regions will have to resort to the formation of subsidiaries. Subsidiaries act like extra arms to the main body and assist the holding company in reaching out to different regions, business sectors, and countries. Indian subsidiary company is an Indian company and treated as one and is required to meet all the compliances applicable to Indian companies.
Start your company in 5 easy steps!
Questions that may arise
No, this isn't required. The entire process is now automated and handled online through the government portal. You will receive the DIN numbers and Certificate of Incorporation along with PAN & TAN by e-mail from the Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA).
An expert who has your Back
You get a consultant who learns the nature of your business. They know what to file, which exemptions and reliefs you’re entitled to, and take care of the documents. When you have a question, just drop a message or call, they respond daily and answer to the point.