SWITZERLAND IS A COUNTRY FOR ENTREPRENEURS

Slenderness, speed and simplicity in procedures and authorisations and legal certainty: on this the Swiss country has built its force of attraction for foreign entrepreneurs (and not only) Slenderness, speed and simplicity in procedures and authorisations and legal certainty: on this the Swiss country has built its force of attraction for foreign entrepreneurs (and not only) It’s called a “bureaucratic barometer” and it’s a measuring instrument, which consists of a real set of studies, what Switzerland has felt the need for. Sign that the problem is experienced as something serious.

Such “barometer” has carried to the drawing up of a report called “Administrative remission of the enterprises”which was compiled after a survey based on questions to regularly interviewed companies about what are perceived as excessive bureaucratic costs related to the three levels: confederal, cantonal and municipal.
The aim is to create streamlining procedures, simplicity in authorisations, speed in decisions and certainty of rules.
In particular, in Canton Ticino the anti-bureaucratic choice was an effective response to the companies’ thirst for competition, which is required by the markets a rapid response often disregarded by the cumbersome amount of forms, signatures and stamps needed.

Quality rules, but also numerically limited, clear, applicable and applied by all, are the basis of a country, Switzerland, which has been the strength of this regulatory transparency.

If to all this is added the high investments inherent to the logistics, the Helvetic Country is being proposed with increasing determination like door of access to the world. Companies and individuals can quickly and easily start a new business. The legal constitution of a company requires in most cases only two to four weeks and generally costs between 2,000 and 8,000 francs.

Foreign entrepreneurs are welcome and receive several benefits; in 2016 one in three companies was founded by a foreign entrepreneur. Thanks to the freedom of trade and industry, everyone in Switzerland can run a business, set up a business or participate in it. Only requirement: the person with the right to sign must be resident in Switzerland.